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PUBLISHED: 12:22 20 May 2010 | UPDATED: 11:43 23 August 2010

A POP group which has courted controversy over issues including drugs use and violence is due to appear at Bluewater. Hip-hop trio N-Dubz are launching a book chronicling their surge to fame, a rise that has been mired in numerous controversies. They ar

A POP group which has courted controversy over issues including drugs use and violence is due to appear at Bluewater.

Hip-hop trio N-Dubz are launching a book chronicling their surge to fame, a rise that has been mired in numerous controversies.

They are due to met fans at Waterstone's bookstore in the Greenhithe shopping centre and sign copies of N-Dubz Against All Odds: From Street Life to Chart Life from 5pm next Friday.

The band first hit the headlines in 2008 after rapper Dappy appeared in court over spitting in a girls face and has since been linked with wielding a gun, and only last month was revealed to have taken the recently banned drug Mephedrone at an Essex nightclub.

The rapper also landed himself in trouble when he tracked down a fan who criticized the band on hit Chris Moyle's Radio One breakfast Show and sent her threatening messages earlier this year. Management for the band later apologized for the incident.

Originating from North London the trio has scored a series of top ten hits, collecting a handful of MOBO awards along the way.


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