Dizzee Rascal Could Pen World Cup Anthem
He wrote the unofficial England track for the last World Cup and now Dizzee Rascal has told Sky News he could pen a song for next year's competition.
The Bonkers rapper recorded Shout For England with James Corden for the football team's campaign in South Africa in 2010.
When asked if he would remix this track or write a new one for the World Cup in Brazil, Dizzee said: "Maybe, if people want it, we'll see."
When pushed during the Sky News interview he added: "Well, you said it so nicely, I might have to get in the studio and do it."
The artist is a keen football fan and said he is "really looking forward to seeing how England perform".
Responding to news that Manchester City players had been subjected to racist chants in Moscow, he said: "Monkey chanting is unacceptable.
"It's one of those things that has been going on. This shouldn't be on the news. It is obvious they should do something."
Dizzee - real name Dylan Mills - was speaking as he launched the new Microsoft Surface 2 tablet with a giant version in London's Trafalgar Square. He has been at the event alongside pupils and friends from his old school.
The Mercury Prize winner had a troubled school life and was expelled from several. He eventually focused on music after being encouraged by one of his teachers.
He said schools should be doing more to help find and nurture pupil's talents.
"Some people are into different things, some people are more hands on, are better with their hands, some are better with maths and stuff," he said.
"It's about finding what you are into and maybe schools helping to facilitate for that more."
But Dizzee also said parents had a big responsibility to help, commending his own mother for her guidance.
"Some of it starts at home, parenting, doing extra work, things like that. My mum helped out, she was very hands on, she did a lot at home - that helps."
The artist is currently running a competition alongside his new single, Love This Town, which will see him perform in the winner's hometown.