Rapping on Andrew Lansley's NHS reforms makes rapper a YouTube hit

Rapping on Andrew Lansley's NHS reforms makes rapper a YouTube hitA rapper who calls himself as MC NxtGen is an instant hit not by rapping something that is driving people crazy but by rapping something different.

He was 19 three years ago and worked at a nightclub in London. He wanted to make it big as a rapper but after performing at a battle at a nightclub in central London, he had to get back home because he could not make it big. Now he has as he raps about Andrew Lansley’s reforms.

By hammering Lansley, in three days the rapper has clocked up 33,000 YouTube hits.

MC NxtGen, aka binman Sean Donnelly, 22, said, “My friends are worried about the health service so I tried to put that into words for the video.”

He had made it to the final of Britain's Next Urban Superstar but had to get back to his job as a binman in Loughborough after battling it out.

He has turned a star and that too due to circumstances that are very very unusual.

A three-minute rap was recorded by Donnelly about the Department of Health's white paper ‘Equity and Excellence: Liberating the NHS’, and he said it was all for the health minister Andrew Lansley who wants to restructure the NHS by giving most of the NHS budget into GP’s hands.