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Join Capital as we take an alphabetical look through the career of Jingle Bell Ball 2013 star Dizzee Rascal.
Dizzee has played some of the biggest venues in the country, and returns to London's O2 Arena this December for the Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball 2013. Credit: iTunes
One of Dizzee's biggest ever hits… and still a surefire hit on the dance floor today.
Dizzee has teamed up with the Scottish DJ and producer several times on big hits like 'Dance Wiv Me' and 'Here 2 China'.
The UK rapper even has his own online TV channel!
Dizzee is a proud resident of East London and was born and raised in Bow.
Dizzee returned in late 2013 with his fifth studio album fresh from his success with singles like 'I Don't Need A Reason' and 'Goin Crazy'.
Dizzee is often credited with bringing the grime genre into the new millennium.
Back in 2009 Dizzee teamed up with Chrome for the summer hit song.
Dizzee released this fan-favourite song in 2013 to promote his new album 'The Fifth'.
Dizzee and the British comedian showed their passion for British football in 2010 when they released a cover of 'Shout' for the World Cup in Africa.
The rapper's full name is Dylan Kwabena Mills.
Dizzee got the honour of being part of the London 2012 Olympic Games opening ceremony.
Back in 2003 Dizzee won the iconic British music award for his album 'Boy In Da Corner'.
Dizzee has had numerous fashion endorsements in the past, including designing his own shoe for Nike back in 2005.
Dizzee was both on 1st October back in 1985, making him 28 years-old.
David Cameron has previoulsy stated the The Queen is a big fan of Dizzee!
Dizzee addressed the 2011 London riots in the video for his latest single 'Love This Town.
The rapper shocked the pop world in summer 2013 when he teamed up with Take That star Robbie for his lead single 'Goin' Crazy' from 'The Fifth. Picture: Rex
The name of Dizzee's second studio album released back in 2004 and featuring singles like 'Dream' and 'Stand Up Tall'
The name of Dizzee's fourth studio album launched back in 2009.
The establishment presented Dizzee with an honorary doctorate in November 2013.
Dizzee previously said artists like Daft Punk helped inspire the "vibe" of his new album 'The Fifth'.
The UK football team Dizzee has supported all his life.
The name of Dizzee's first record label, from which he parted company in 2007.
Dizzee teamed up with Florence Welch for this duet in 2010 which they performed live at the BRIT Awards.
Dizzee's Zodiac sign is a Libra.