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Cheryl collaborates with Dizzee Rascal on “Messy Little Ra...
 
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  2010/10/05
 

Dizzee Rascal, Cheryl Cole

Cheryl Cole has pulled a biggie out of the bag to help shift more copies of her next solo album – a collaboration with Dizzee Racal.

Speaking of rascals like Gazza, the X Factor judge has been involved with her fair share over the years – including that Chelsea gimp Ashley. But she has now teamed up with the original and best.

Cheryl and Dizzee have come up with the track Everybody, Everyone for her new album Messy Little Raindrops, out November 1.

The Sun had a listen to the tune yesterday and it has No1 written all over it.

A source said: “Cheryl approached Dizzee about working together and they managed to rattle this track out in record time for the new album.

“It was only a matter of time before the current King and Queen of pop came together.

“It was all Cheryl’s idea. She’s a big fan of Dizzee and his collaborations with other artists. They got on really well and were on the same level. They had a good laugh together.

“Dizzee had a sparkle in his eye for her.”

This is the first time Cheryl has worked with a British artist on her solo tracks.

She formed a pretty strong bond with US star WILL.I.AM from the BLACK EYED PEAS but it’s good to see her teaming up with the cream of British talent too.

Dizzee is no stranger to sharing his skills with big female stars. The new track really is a belter but it’s funny how every song Cheryl knocks out now raises an eyebrow about her failed marriage to Ashley.

Here’s an example of some of the new lyrics: “I don’t know what you’re waiting for/Sometimes life’s unfair/Don’t let that stop you though/I been right where you are before.”

It goes on: “I’m no saint/You’re not either/So what we trying to be perfect for?”

I can’t WAIT for this, ever since Cheryl mentioned she’d like to work with Dizzee Rascal at the Capital Summertime Ball I’ve been dying for it.

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