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Pizzagirl has a weird time at the bowling alley in his new video for 'ball's gonna keep on rollin''

His debut album's out next week.
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Published: 11:48 am, October 02, 2019
Pizzagirl has a weird time at the bowling alley in his new video for 'ball's gonna keep on rollin''

Pizzagirl has shared a new video for 'ball's gonna keep on rollin''.

It's a track from his upcoming debut album 'first timer' - due 11th October via Heist or Hit - and it sees him going head-to-head in a dodgy bowl-off.

“The sequel to my first timer movie anthology series takes place in the smoky lanes of that bowling alley you used to go to years ago!" He explains.

"A made for TV, Rocky-esque sports battle of the millennium, starring corruption, redemption, Denise and introducing Pizzagirl like you've never seen her before! See you in there."

Check out 'ball's gonna keep on rollin'' below, and catch Pizzagirl on tour this November.

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