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11 April 2012, 14:33 | Updated: 11 April 2012, 14:49
The 'Traveller's Chant' rappers say it was weird performing at the BRITs after attending the Brit School two years ago.
Rizzle Kicks stars Jordan Stephens and Harley Alexander-Sule have named performing at this year's BRIT Awards as the scariest moment of their music career so far.
The 'Mama Do The Hump' rappers joined Olly Murs on stage at the O2 Arena event back in February for a performance of their joint single 'Heart Skips A Beat', and have described the feeling as "pretty crazy".
"That's probably the scariest thing we've done," Jordan told the Evening Standard this week. "Just because of the calibre of people in the audience.
"We went to the Brit School, so we were in the pit as students, and only two years later we're performing on stage," Harley added. "It's pretty crazy."
The 'Down With The Trumpets' rappers are currently working on their second studio album, the follow-up to 2011's 'Stereo Typical', and updated fans last night (10th April) by teasing that they are "really excited" about their new musical direction.
Rizzle Kicks released their brand new single 'Traveller's Chant' last week (8th April).