'Turn that **** off'

Plan B has said that anyone who got into into him via his pop/soul classic 'The Defamation of Strickland Banks' will probably be completely turned off by his upcoming follow-up, 'The Ballad Of Belmarsh'.

The rapper/singer, who has shot to worldwide fame since the release of the record back in 2010, is going back to his hip-hop roots for his next record, which will tell the story of his alter-ego's time in prison. And he is expecting to lose many of his new found fans after its release, which is expected to be later on this year.

'My first record was the kind of record that, when your parents went past, they'd go, 'Turn that off, give it to me, it's going in the bin!'' he told The Mirror. 'But with the second, the same parents were like, 'What a talented guy'. (With the third album) those parents are going to go straight back to, 'Turn that s**t off'.

'It's an underground hip-hop album about Strickland Banks being banged up in Belmarsh. I won't be him singing anymore, I'll be rapping about him, commenting on the story.'

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