The Camden-based hip-hop trio N-Dubz is mostly Greek with two of the members being Greek cousins Paulinea “Tulisa” and Dino”Dappy” Contostavlos. The third member of the band is their friend Richard “Fazer” Rawson. Paulinea is the niece of N-Dubz’s former manager Byron Contostavlos of 70’s pop group, Mungo Jerry.
The band was seeking out a car which looked like it came from the future and Renault had the answer with the Mégane which has a pair of dramatic looking ‘dragonfly-wing’ double doors.
The car made it’s hip-hop debut alongside Dappy, Tulisa and Fazer with the video being filmed at a secret London location.
‘Say It’s Over’ is the band’s third single from their platinum-selling album ‘Against All Odds with the first two videos already reaching over an astonishing 10 million hits on YouTube.
Their latest video is making similar progress with almost 500,00 views since it’s release.
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