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28 August 2012, 14:11
The 'Killer' star will take a judge's seat as he looks to put together a group of underprivileged teens for the group.
N-Dubz star Fazer is reportedly starting his own new music reality show called Fazer's Urban Orchestra.
The rapper and producer told the Daily Mirror that he will be travelling the country finding talented underprivileged individuals to take part in the show.
"I'll be going round the country finding really talented players from orchestras that are underprivileged. From violas, to violins... all the strings, percussion, brass, drums, everything like that," he explained.
The star continued: "I'll put together people that wouldn't necessarily get the opportunity to perform in a prestigious place or even with a full orchestra, and create an urban orchestra which will really set me up for my tour next year."
Fazer added that he is looking forward to heading out on his own solo tour alongside his orchestra eyeing up venues such as the Royal albert Hall.
"When I start my tour, on the first day at the Royal Albert Hall, I'll be using my orchestra," he added. "It's gonna be something to watch.
"At the end of the show, I want to be able to say, like in Gladiator: 'Are you not entertained? Are you not entertained?"
The show will air on the BBC and run a series of auditions over several weeks early next year.
Meanwhile, Fazer's new single 'Killer' is out now and he recently told Capital that he had written a song for boy band One Direction.