The English rapper enlists fellow Briton Williams for the biker-filled clip for his new single from 'The Fifth'.
Dizzee Rascal teams up with former Take That member Robbie Williams for the scooter-filled new music video for his new single "Goin' Crazy". The track is a cut off Rascal's forthcoming album "The Fifth" set to be released this summer.
The two British artists play out a Mods V Rockers scenario in the Andreas Nillson-directed visuals, with Williams driving around in a pimped-up mobility scooter and Rascal stepping out of an outrageously fully-studded ride. The pair rides around London surrounded by an entourage of scooter-riding dudes for the entirety of the three-minute-forty-second video.
"Having Robbie involved has been good," said Rascal about his collaborator. "When his name came up, I was excited about it. We went to his house to record it. It's not often on these things you sit in the same studio any more." Williams also had nothing but praises for the rapper, saying, "The song instantly sounded like a smash. I love Dizzee's vibe, his energy and he is a real talent. He seems to be the voice of this generation."
"Goin' Crazy" is the second single to be released from "The Fifth", following "H Town" which featured rappers Bun-B and Trae The Truth. Rascal is set to support British rock band Muse on their upcoming summer tour from May 22 at the Ricoh Stadium in Coventry up thru June 1 at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester.
Dizzee Rascal's "Goin' Crazy" (Feat. Robbie Williams) music video