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The 'Bonkers' rapper says his album 'The Fifth' has a song inspired by the French DJs' sound.
Dizzee Rascal has revealed he has a song on his new album that has a "Daft Punk" feel.
The 'Goin' Crazy' rapper says he has been inspired by the duo's new album 'Random Access Memories', and their hit single 'Get Lucky' with Chic guitarist Nile Rodgers in particular.
"I like that Nile Rodger, Daft Punk funky feel," Dizzee revealed to the Daily Star this week. "I got a track on the new album with that vibe."
The 'Bonkers' rapper also said he is getting excited about festival season and his geared his new album 'The Fifth' towards thrilling the live audiences.
"I've been supporting Muse at stadiums and The Stone Roses at Finsbury Park so I'm well into the big stages," Dizzee explained. "I've been doing the new stuff from my album 'The Fifth' and it's geared towards the live element.
"I know it works so I know festival crowds will like it," he added.
Check out a picture of Dizzee Rascal on stage at Glastonbury Festival 2013 below (Credit: Getty):
Earlier this month the UK rapper named Kanye West as the artist he would most like to collaborate with at some point in the future.
Dizzee Rascal arrive with new album 'The Fifth' on 30th September.