Axeman insists fans will love the rapper's new rock edge
The guitarist took to his Twitter page Twitter.com/bejaminmadden.com to announce the news that he’s been working on the follow up to the rapper’s 2009 album ‘Tongue N’ Cheek’. He insisted fans will “love” Dizzee’s new musical direction.
Man just left @DizzeeRascal studio and he has some fire ready to go strictly for his fans. So cold man, you’re all going to love it.
Earlier this year, the rapper admitted that he wanted to give his new music more of a rock edge by recruiting Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl. That collaboration is currently yet to be confirmed, but Dizzee has teamed up with Arctic Monkeys in the past.
Last month, he signed a “multi-layered” record deal with Universal Music for the first time in his career.
Dizzee Rascal is expected to release his fifth studio effort in 2012.