Few voices in hiphop, or all of pop music, are as distinct and divisive as Dizzee Rascal's. Rising out of the critically praised (but commercially stillborn) East London grime scene, Rascal raps with a rubbery, harsh, heavily accented bark that evokes grim council estates, CCTV paranoia, and druggy urban smog. But Rascal's England is also one of world-conquering ambition, as announced on his monumental, upwardly mobile anthem "Fix Up, Look Sharp." With Brooklyn-born MC and producer El-P. (Neumo's, 925 E Pike St, 709-9467. 8 pm, $17 adv, all ages.)