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DJ’s got a single

PUBLISHED: 11:54 03 September 2009 | UPDATED: 11:16 12 August 2010

BUSY: DJ Talent.

BUSY: DJ Talent.

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A GOLD-TOOTHED DJ who made his name on ITV s Britain s got Talent is gearing up to release a record. Backed by runner-up Susan Boyle, DJ Talent will be letting rip with his single I Say Britain in October. The 30-year-old from Beckenham, whose real na

A GOLD-TOOTHED DJ who made his name on ITV's Britain's got Talent is gearing up to release a record.

Backed by runner-up Susan Boyle, DJ Talent will be letting rip with his single I Say Britain in October.

The 30-year-old from Beckenham, whose real name is Anthony Ghosh, recently returned from the Britain's got Talent tour with winners Diversity, father-and-son dancing duo Stavros Flatley and Susan Boyle.

He said: "I had all the fans singing my song outside the performance stadiums and children have been singing my song in schools and even toddlers are singing the song.

"I have been really busy working on the I Say Britain ringtone and club mix. I am hoping the record will go to number one this year and be a big club hit for 2010.

"With the way things are going I can see myself being the next big Ali G. I see myself as a comedian that makes gimmick records like Bob the Builder. The show has really turned my life around, letting me perform the song at Butlins holiday camp and on the biggest radio station in the country, Radio 1, as a guest with Scott Mills."

He will be releasing his record on his own label, Talent Recordings.


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