Whatever next. First there was Lou Reed & Metallica, now this. The collaboration between Queen guitarist Brian May and N-Dubz mainman Dappy has just been released online.
Speaking to the Daily Star, the rapper revealed that he has paid tribute to Amy Winehouse and the other members of the so-called '27 club', musicians who died at that age such as Nirvana's Kurt Cobain and Janis Joplin on the track.
Dappy on the inspiration behind 'Rockstar': "It's all about paying homage to the 27 Club and amazing artists such as Amy Winehouse. It's a song about people getting to their lowest but it talks about turning a negative into a positive."
The rapper also spoke about how he came in contact with May and revealed that the guitarist had told him that he was a "very different and unique". You be the judge.
News courtesy of the NME.