BBC Radio 1 investigated after airing sweary version of Flume song

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Talk about a messBBC Radio 1 is in a bit of hot water — and not the nice kind you fill a bath with of an evening while you bathe wearing your diamonds à la Mariah Carey.
U.K media watchdog Ofcom has launched an investigation into the national radio broadcaster after a remixed song by Australian artist Flume, “Never Be Like You,” was aired featuring the word “f*cked” twice, The Guardian reported.
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The Australian producer, whose real name is Harley Streten, started his DJ career with rudimentary sampling and remix experiments that garnered him a respectable online fanbase.  Read more…More about Investigation, Censorship, Bbc Radio 1, Flume, and World

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