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28 June 2013, 14:58
The 'Bonkers' rapper says he knew straight away the Robbie team-up was perfect for his song.
Dizzee Rascal says he loved getting to hang out with Robbie Williams while recording their team-up together, and says he doesn't mind if some people "turn their noses up" at his new album.
The 'Dance Wiv Me' rapper says he was so excited to work with 'Candy' singer Robbie because the Take That star insisted on them recording 'Goin' Crazy' in the studio together in person.
"I like the fact some people might turn their noses up," Dizzee told The Sun, about the surprise team-up. "This album is like a Smash Hits compilation. But I haven't got a problem if a track is big with the kids or the housewives."
When asked how the Robbie Williams collaboration, Dizzee said the two had so much fun working together out in Robbie's Los Angeles house.
"That was why I knew it would work. I was excited," Dizzee explained. "Finally, someone who wants to get in the f*****g studio and work.
Check out a picture of Robbie Williams and Dizzee Rascal in the 'Goin' Crazy' music video below:
"So I flew over to LA, to his house, which was a huge thing. It is like something out of a movie or something and we were there from 6pm until 6am," he added. "We recorded, then f****d about, laughed and joked, he's good to hang out with. "
As well as Robbie Williams Dizzee's new record also boasts collaborations with the likes of Tinie Tempah, will.i.am, Calvin Harris and Jessie J.
Dizzee Rascal releases new record 'The Fifth' on 1st July.