N-Dubz' Fazer To Produce The X Factor Winner's Single

17 November 2011, 14:41

The 'We Dance On' rapper claims he has been asked to serve as producer for this year's winner of the reality show.

N-Dubz star Fazer has revealed he will produce the first single for this year's winner of The X Factor.

'The 'I Need You' rapper claims regardless of who comes out as winner of the ITV1 reality show he will still serve as producer on this year's The X Factor Christmas single.

"I'll be producing for the X Factor winner, it's been decided," Fazer revealed to The Sun yesterday (16th November).

"This isn't just a hook-up with Tulisa, I'm going to work with whichever act wins," he explained. "I've been talking to SyCo about working on a few different things for them.

"We really want to give a new flavour to the X Factor acts."

Fazer claims he is the perfect choice to produce the eventual winner's music because he is influenced by so many different genres.

N-Dubz have confirmed the band are taking a break from recording for up to two years while each of them pursue solo projects.

The 'Number One' band will release an 18-track greatest hits collection on 28th November.

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