Rapper turned actor Ashley Walters has confirmed he is still a member of So Solid Crew despite distancing himself after a stint in prison.
Ashley Walters has confirmed So Solid Crew are still together.
The 35-year-old rapper shot to fame in the group, and though fans thought the hip hop group had ended, the star has confirmed the '21 Seconds' are still together.
Speaking to the Metro newspaper, he said: ''There have been periods, mainly when I came out of prison, where I distanced myself from the crew.
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Kyle Hartmann has lived a privileged life, he comes from a wealthy family, lives in the Hamptons and up until recently anything he's wanted, he gets but his dad can only take so much and when Kyle crashes his car in an accident that could've lost him his life his dad decides to do something about his son.
Kyle is taken to a reform school that's located on a private island in Scotland. There's no contact with the outside world, their mobile phones are taken away from them and all the students are about to get a real taste of reality unlike anything they've experienced before.
Kyle and the other kids on the island are all sons or daughters of incredibly wealthy and influential people and as their parents would expect, they're heavily guarded.
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It appears the rapper is a huge fan of the East London drama which aired its last series in 2013.
Rapper Drake may have come to the rescue of cancelled Channel Four drama ‘Top Boy’, by offering to finance a third series based in Chicago. According to the show’s star Ashley Walters, Drake has talked about helping bring the show back, but he’ll have to stump up more cash.
Drake is a big fan of axed Channel 4 drama ‘Top Boy’.
Speaking on YouTube series ‘Not For The Radio’ Walters said, "Drake thought ['Top Boy'] was proper. This was via text. I was speaking to Future mainly, Drake's manager. We were going back and forth. And we were like, 'Put a deal on the table’.”
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Ashley Walters - 'Streets: A New Kind Of Musical' held at the Cockpit - London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 9th April 2013
Ethan and Jaden are two street kids with a close knit group of friends, Amy, Tim, Rebecca and Brian, who they enjoy spending time with at the Old Garage youth centre in their town run by Gina. However, the small venue has become more of a problem than a necessary building in the eyes of the council who wish to demolish it unless they can cough up enough cash to own it. In an attempt to raise a few pounds, Ethan and Jaden put forward an idea to Gina; to put on acts in a show and sell tickets. Initially sceptical at first, the worried Gina soon allows them free reign as they audition a variety of talent from martial artists to BMXers and skateboarders as well as a several street dancers. Will the kids manage to save their beloved centre, or will their only inspiration for their passions be bulldozed to the ground despite all their efforts?
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Ray Collishaw and Mickey Mannock are two highly respected gangster cousins approaching retirement. Their visions of a relaxing retreat to a straight life are ruined when their gang loses a massive overseas delivery of the Russian Mafia's cocaine during a storm. Chased by enraged Russians and a vengeful police detective, the mob races across the continent through London, Amsterdam and Berlin in a bid to find a way to pay the Mafia back. Ray and Mickey hatch a devious robbery plan disguised as football hooligans for the upcoming England Vs. Germany match; they are about to embark on a diamond heist that could either define or terminate their criminal careers - and with a double agent among them, who knows which way it could go?
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Nick (Hassan) is an ex-criminal trying go straight so he can care for his wheelchair-bound mum (Blethyn). But New York gangster Thigo (Jackson), in the grip of the economic crisis, is calling in his loans. Now Nick has 24 hours to come up with ú100,000, or Thigo's goon (Davis) will kill both Nick and his mother. Nick's pal Bing (Dyer) offers to help, and they embark on an odyssey of underground fight clubs, fixed track-betting and drug deals in increasing desperation to round up the cash.
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