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Nebbish Rap: Dave In Charge Takes His Ghetto Rhymes To The Mean Streets Of Hampstead

by | 30th, March 2014

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“I DISCOVERED rap from a young age,” says David Palmer, 25, who performs under the name  Dave In Charge . He’s the grandson of Monroe and Susette Palmer, now life peers Lord and Lady Palmer of Childs Hill, Barnet, London.

The nebbishy looking rapper who recorded his song from his parent’s The Vale, Golders Green crib and the video on the mean paths of Hampstead Heath, goes on:

“I think it was probably during my Year 6 disco at school that I first heard The Real Slim Shady  that made me want to check out rap music a bit more. As I was brought up with politics all around me, I seemed to understand what was going on. While a lot of people may be alienated by the political situations,  I felt that I was able to understand the American ghetto situations because I had the political background.”

Mr Palmer’s new single is called

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