Cheryl Cole Records a Duet With Dizzee Rascal


Cheryl Cole Records a Duet With Dizzee Rascal
Not only Shakira and Florence Welch who are smart enough to collaborate with the rapper, but also the Girls Aloud singer.


British singer Cheryl Cole is following in the footsteps of Shakira and Florence Welch by collaborating with Dizzee Rascal on a new track. The Girls Aloud star headed into the studio with the rapper earlier this year and the song, "Everybody, Everyone", will be on Cole's upcoming album, "Messy Little Raindrops".

A source tells Britain's The Sun, "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."

Dizzee's mash-up with Welch, "You Got the Dirtee Love", reached number two in the U.K., while his upcoming duet with Shakira, "Loca", looks set for similar chart success.

© AceShowbiz.com


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