Paul McCartney and Ed Sheeran record rap track for Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution Day – watch

Music stars help support the celebrity chef's latest campaign

A host of music stars have offered their support to Jamie Oliver for his new Food Revolution Day campaign, teaming up with the celebrity chef to record a new song.

Oliver’s Food Revolution Day takes place on Friday (May 15), aiming to lobby governments to commit to offering children a better food education. The likes of Ed Sheeran, Paul McCartney, Jamie Cullum, Alesha Dixon, Professor Green and more appear in a promotional video for the campaign, which sees Oliver rapping over a song written by Sheeran.

Watch below or via Facebook.


In a petition posted online, Jamie Oliver writes, “It’s essential that we arm future generations with the life skills they urgently need in order to lead healthier, happier, more productive lives. I passionately believe this is every child’s human right and I hope you agree.”

Meanwhile, Paul McCartney has shared his views on the possibility of an Oasis reunion. The former Beatle told Japanese fans in an online Q&A that Noel and Liam Gallagher should “just get together and make some good music”.


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