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Bryan Cranston, Seth Rogen and Amy Schumer record spoken word take on Drake’s Hotline Bling – watch

Because we always wanted to hear Walter White fused with Drake...

Drake track ‘Hotline Bling’ has had a few different interpretations over the course of this year, not least the Donald Trump spoof and Mike Tyson’s lyrically impaired rendition.

Drake’s even said he’d “do Adele’s laundry” for the chance to remix the track for the ‘Hello’ singer. The latest version of the track to emerge is a little different, though: a spoken word format performed by over a dozen celebrities.

Bryan Cranston, Seth Rogen, Amy Schumer and Elizabeth Banks are amongst the performers on the new version, which can be seen below:

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It recently emerged that ‘Hotline Bling’ was not submitted for the 2016 Grammy Awards due to a mix up by Drake’s record label Cash Money.

Site hitsdailydouble revealed the song was not submitted due to a clerical error and would have been up for multiple awards, including Record Of The Year.

The 58th Grammys will air live on February 15, 2016 from the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

Adele had the following to say on collaborating on the track:

“I really want us to do an official remix. I love Drake. I love Drake so much. I even got the coat that’s in the (‘Hotline Bling’) video – I got it delivered the other day, I ordered it. The red one.”

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“I had a drink like three weeks ago [with] my best friends – in fact, it was to celebrate ‘Hello’. And I was off my face because I don’t really drink anymore, and they’ve got a video of me dancing to it on a coffee table as well.”
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