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Professor Green: Music is my outlet Professor Green has revealed the response to his latest single ‘One Eye on the Door’ and how he felt honesty and a certain level of anxiety in his music was important after two years out of the lime-light.

The rap star also claimed he’s not always been the one who has stayed out later than expected saying he also been on the receiving end of that behaviour.

The star celebrated his return to the stage at Free Radio Live by undertaking what could be the biggest mannequin challenge yet - at the beginning of his hit single ‘Read All About it’ him and his band froze in an impressive version of the online craze in front of a 15,000 strong crowd.

Pro Green also talked about the impact of making hard-hitting documentaries on homelessness, depression and suicide and dangerous dogs had on him, and how he felt he was starting to feel ‘pent up’ without that release in his life.

The response to his autobiographical single “One Eye on the Door”
“Do you know what? The response to the new single has been incredible and for me to come back after, I know two years isn't the biggest break but in terms of there is so much immediacy nowadays. There's so much new music. I think that's probably what made it feel longer. I was busy. I was doing other stuff, you know. It's not like I wasn't busy.”

“A lot of people sell songs that have nothing to do with them and I would find that hard to perform with any conviction. I think that all the artists that I used to listen to and still do listen to are really connected to with the ones who were honest in their music, because you got a bit of them from it. I think with being honest as well, you tend to touch a nerve and I think what I did with that song was talk about something that everyone understands and has been through. It's not gender specific. I have been on the other side of that coin. I've been the one stuck at home going, "Where are you?" You know what I mean?”.

Advice given to him about making music

“Mike Skinner gave me a good bit of advice earlier on. He said, "If you're not a little bit anxious about what you're doing you're not pushing it far enough."

On his return to the music industry

“Music is my outlet and I was getting a little bit pent up and now it's quite nice to just be releasing music again and for it to be so well and warmly received. It has been fantastic. So there was a lot of seriousness
around me especially with the documentary on depression and suicide. I wanted to come back genuinely with how I felt, which was happy and cheeky. I wanted to bring some fun back to it.”

On what he’s been doing in the two years he was away
“We did three documentaries on BBC3. I'm currently shooting two more of them. Do you know what though? Lip Sync was amazing, because if all I did was all serious and hard-hitting documentaries I would be a pretty sad person because they stay, I would be. Myself I would be, those things stay with you. When the camera man puts the camera down he can pretty much go home and forget about it until we shoot again. I have to keep thinking about it because the stories are developing.”
1 week ago via music-news
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