The album entitled, Tory Grand D's features many household ministers of the 80's & 90's adopting the famous rappers personnas as well as doing cover versions of classic rap and hiphop songs, in aid of the charity WWF also know as the Willy Whitlaw Fund for retired ex ministers.
Included on the album are Norman Lamont as "Notorius VAT", Edward Heath as puff daddy, Nigel Lawson in a homage to Nigella as Vanilla Ice, Michael Hesseltine is reported to be Slim Shady and as ever Margaret Thatcher will be Public Emeny singing "Straigh Outta Grantham".
The album is not with out its contraversal moments, including a banned video of Edwina Currie and Anne Widecome doing a raunchy dance routine to Salt n Peppa's "Push it", Cecil Parkinson reprising 2 live crews "Me so horny". Ken Clarke is said to be doing white lines, though it hasnt been announced which song he will sing, former Priminister John Major pulled out of the record citing musical differences, rumour has it the former premier wanted to be Michael Ball.
A Labour backbencher denyed that the opposition were doing its own charity Simply Red cover album saying,"Moneys too tight mention at the moment"