Rapper-turned-actor Goldie has spoken of his heartache after seeing his son jailed for murder - insisting he "tried everything" to help the troubled youngster.
Jamie Price was caged for life by a judge at Nottingham Crown Court, England earlier this month (Sep10) for the brutal slaying of rival gang member Marlin Morris in 2008.
The dance music star, real name Clifford Price, was devastated to see the 23 year old jailed after continued efforts to help Jamie turn his life around.
He tells Britain's Daily Express, "My son was locked up for 21 years last week and we are still coming to terms with it.
"It is such a tragedy as that family has lost a child and it's just a terrible thing that happened. I tried everything I could with him, I tried to get him into music, offered him money to do anything he wanted but he just chose another route."
And Goldie admits he accepted an offer to appear on U.K. reality show Strictly Come Dancing to help his mother come to terms with Jamie's issues: "My mum is the biggest fan of the show and I'm doing it for her really. She was over the moon when I told her I was doing it."
His journey has not come without hard work and hustle, and 'At. Long. Last. A$AP.' is certainly his best work so far.
The video also features an appearance from model Tyson Beckford and ‘Empire’ star Jussie Smollett.
With the recent release of the first single from their highly anticipated second album, Lawson's vocalist, Andy, took some time to talk to Contact...
Could Jason Statham play James Bond?
Lifehouse released their seventh studio album, 'Out of the Wasteland' on 22nd June 2015. Lifehouse's Jason Wade took some time to talk to Contact...
Muse take their last European date of the year to Lollapalooza.
The ‘San Andreas’ star is said to be in talks to take on Kurt Russell’s 1986 role.
Snoop Dogg and Pharrell Williams perform a live rendition of 'So Many Pros' from Snoop's funk-filled new album 'Bush'.