Army Ellie Goulding
10 May 2013, 08:30
The 'Scream' rapper's future hit featuring the 'Different' singer has been praised by fans on Twitter.
Dizzee Rascal and Robbie Williams's new song 'Goin' Crazy' has been hailed as a "tune" by fans after its first play this morning (10th May).
The rapper's brand new team-up with 'Candy' singer Robbie was played for the first time on Capital Breakfast today, to a hugely positive reaction from fans across Twitter.
"Love this tune already. Yeah man go crazy!!!" Twitter user @txellet tweeted fresh from hearing the track, while @DanniHalsey wrote: "Only heard a tiny bit and I'm already addicted to @DizzeeRascal and @RobbieWilliams new song going crazy on @CapitalOfficial.
"Loving Dizzee Rascal and Robbie Williams!" @EmMcShane also posted. "What a combination #gocrazy exactly what I need this morning."
The pair's team-up comes fresh from Robbie's success over the past year with his new album 'Take The Crown', and both stars have praised each other after getting into the recording studio to work on the song.
"Having Robbie involved has been good," Dizzee said of the new team-up. "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," the 'Bonkers' rapper explained. "He told me some amazing stories.
"The song instantly sounded like a smash," Robbie himself also added. "I love Dizzee's vibe, his energy and he is a real talent.
"He seems to be the voice of this generation so it was a no-brainer."
Check out a picture of Robbie Williams and Dizzee Rascal shooting their new music video below (Credit: Rex):
The two artists were spotted last week (1st May) shooting the music video for the new song, as they took on the roles of rival street gang leaders of senior citizens complete with pimped-out mobility scooters.
Dizzee Rascal's new song 'Goin' Crazy' is set to be officially released on 16th June.
Robbie Williams is also set to perform live at the Capital FM Summertime Ball 2013 at Wembley Stadium on 9th June.