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The Olympics are still in full swing over in London, so we are keeping you up to date on all the hottest acts from the UK. 

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The UK’s music scene was taken by storm when Lethal Bizzle stepped into the limelight in 2004 with his smash single “Pow (Forward).” Soon after making the clubs go absolutely wild with the track, “Pow” was banned from airplay by some mainstream radio stations in the UK. 

We caught up with the man behind the banned music madness, Lethal B, while out in London checking out the Olympic festivities. 

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Although he wasn’t willing to run with the torch for long in his red bottoms, the enthusiastic Lethal B was more than willing to talk about just how excited he was when Jay-Z played over his beat during a London tour stop. 

Check out the exclusive interview in the video above. 

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