Tinie Tempah’s “Frisky” Is The Frisky Anthem

Susannah Breslin | May 19, 2010 - 4:40 pm

OK, Tinie Tempah’s “Frisky” isn’t the official anthem for The Frisky, but it does say the word “frisky” in it. I’d never heard of Mr. Tempah until today, but apparently he’s a London-born and based rapper and MC whose first big hit was called “Wifey.” He’s also released a series of mixtapes with interesting titles: Hood Economics Room 147: The 80 Minute Course and Sexy Beast: Volume 1. “Frisky” is his second single. It follows on the heels of “Pass Out.” I’m sensing a theme here. Wikipedia describes the “Frisky” track as “Electro-grime, hip hop, drum and bass, dubstep,” but it sounds mostly like your average (or, well, honestly, sub-par) pop-rap to me. Also, they should say “frisky” more. [Vimeo]