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At Your Inconvenience is the lead single and title track from Professor Green’s second studio album At Your Inconvenience (2011). It was released as a single on 26 July 2011. At Your Inconvenience" Track Info. Written By Professor Green, Moody Good & Jason Morrison. At Your Inconvenience Professor Green. 1. At Your Inconvenience.
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Album · 2011 · 18 Songs. In its sound and ambition, Professor Green's second album has "victory lap" written all over it. The . rapper somersaults across tricky cadences, twisted wordplay-check the knotty rhymes of "Never Be a Right Time"-and a dizzying range of pop-cultural references.
This perhaps explains records like this second album from Hackney’s Stephen Manderson aka Professor Green. After winning an avalanche of freestyle rap battles and surviving a false start with Mike Skinner’s ill-fated The Beats label, 27-year-old Green struck pop-rap gold in 2010 with his Alive Till I’m Dead album and the Lily Allen-bolstered Just Be Good to Green single. At Your Inconvenience is dominated not by club bangers but incredibly maudlin rap ballads full of banal piano lines, anonymously cutesy-pie female vocalists and choruses that scream, "Please let me on The X Facto. promise I won’t swear!"
professor green at your in convenience At Your Inconvenience is the second studio album by British rapper Professor Green, released on 28 October 2011 "At Your Inconvenience" was released as a promotional single on 26 July The first official single "Read All About It" was released on 21 September 2011 Some guests from his debut album appear on the album, including Ed Drewett, Fink and Emeli Sandé; new guests include Slaughterhouse and Bad Meets Evil member Royce da 5'9", Kobe, Luciana, Ruth Anne, Sierra Kusterbeck and Haydon Upper Clapton Dance originally featured.
Having managed to parlay an association with Lily Allen into the semblance of a career, Professor Green punches above his weight on his second album, with tracks indulging the standard hip-hop tropes of self-aggrandisation ("At Your Inconvenience") and aimless antagonism ("DPMO (Don't Piss Me Off)"). But save for one track on which he and Fink borrow a Pixies refrain to no significant end, there is little originality in evidence here, from the routine R&B vocal hooks and romantic tribulations to the self-pitying stuff about absent fathers and a heroin tragedy
Album by Professor Green. Read All About It (featuring Emeli Sandé). Trouble (featuring Luciana). Spinning Out (featuring Fink). Remedy (featuring Ruth Anne). Avalon (featuring VersaEmerge and Sierra Kusterbeck). Never Be a Right Time (featuring Ed Drewett). Nightmares (featuring Royce da 5'9" and Kobe). Forever Falling (featuring Haydon).