Playtime Is Over (Wiley album)

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Playtime Is Over
Studio album by Wiley
Released 4 June 2007
Genre Grime, eskibeat
Length 51:28
Label Big Dada
Producer Wiley, Maniac, Most Wanted Productions, Bless Beats, Skepta, Decoy, Geeneus, DVA
Wiley chronology
Da 2nd Phaze
(2006)
Playtime Is Over
(2007)
Grime Wave
(2008)
Singles from Playtime Is Over
  1. "50/50"
    Released: 30 May 2007
  2. "My Mistakes"
    Released: 2 July 2007
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
Artrocker (?)[2]
BBC (?)[3]
NME 8/10 stars[4]
Okayplayer 4/5 stars[5]
Pitchfork Media (6.9/10)[6]
Playlouder 4.5/5 stars[7]
SoundsXP (?)[8]

Playtime Is Over is the third studio album by UK Grime artist Wiley. It was released on Big Dada Recordings and was recorded in Bow, East London. The album was released on 4 June 2007, the same day as former protégée Dizzee Rascal's Maths + English, and reached 71 in the UK Album Chart. Playtime Is Over was the featured album on MySpace the week before its release. It was apparently planned for release in the U.S. on 11 September 2007.[9] On this album, Wiley also addresses a feud between himself and Dizzee Rascal with the song "Letter 2 Dizzee". Dizzee later replied with the song "Pussyole", which featured on his album Maths + English.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Producer(s) Length
1. "50/50"   Wiley 2:18
2. "Bow E3"   Maniac 3:01
3. "Slippin"   Wiley 3:39
4. "Flyboy" (featuring Mercston, Scorcher & Tinie Tempah) Wiley 2:29
5. "Baby Girl"   Wiley 2:42
6. "Gangsters"   Wiley 3:13
7. "Stars"   Wiley 3:04
8. "Letter 2 Dizzee"   Most Wanted Productions 2:31
9. "My Mistakes" (featuring Manga & Little D) Bless Beats 2:49
10. "No Qualms" (featuring JME) Skepta 2:34
11. "Johnny Was a Bad Boy"   Decoy & Wiley 3:27
12. "Nothing About Me"   Geeneus 3:40
13. "Come Lay With Me"   DVA 3:39
14. "Getalong Gang"   Wiley 2:52
15. "Eski-Boy"   Wiley 2:46
16. "Playtime's Over"   Wiley 6:44
Total length:
51:28

Charts[edit]

Charts (2007) Peak
position
UK Albums Chart 71

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