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360 Hates His Track ‘Mamma Mia’

Written by Kiel Egging on September 2, 2012

360 has shed light one of his old songs Mumma Mia, revealing on last night’s episode of SBS show Rockwiz that he “hates the song”.

Fresh after performing his hit Child with the Rockwiz band and a couple of sassy backing singers, host Julia Zemiro spoke about Sixty’s Mamma Mia video, which “caused a bit of a stink” as it “highlighted his fondness” for Bec and Lleyton Hewitt.

When asking if the rapper had a crush on Bec while she was starring on Home and Away, he emphatically denied it.

“I just made that song as a piss-take, and then it was suggested we do a video for it,” he said.

“It was just a cheap, shitty little video, and then it just took off.  I hate the song.”

The rapper also told us about the first gig he ever went to, and the first CD that he bought.

The first gig was Eminem’s show at Rod Laver Arena back in 2001 – which 360 went to for his “14th or 15th” birthday.

“It was incredible, it was right when I started rapping, so I was wearing a bandana and rapping about shooting people n’ shit. I was a little fake thug.”

Meanwhile, 360 revealed that the first album he bought with his pocket money was Wu-Tang Clan’s Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers).

Click on the link to go to last night’s episode of Rockwiz. Scroll up to the 15.54 mark to hear 360’s comments about the song and the 16.37 mark to hear his thoughts on Eminem’s concert.

We also thought we would go down memory lane and re-visit the said “shitty little video” for Mamma Mia – which is actually quite a chuckle.

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