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Ed Miliband feat. Lil Wayne: The campaign rap

Today’s the day, the big one that really counts. The one that will change the course of this country for better or worse for the next five years.

So it makes sense then really that Ed Miliband has teamed up with Lil Wayne to release one last rap fuelled push for the big seat. OK, it’s could be one of those ‘internet spoof’ things (it is) but it’s still nice to think that it’s a genuine campaign push to show he’s down with that there youth of today.

Spit it Ed.

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