Rizzle Kicks: Collective is crazy!
Rizzle Kicks have revealed performing alongside the likes of Gary Barlow, Tulisa Contostavlos and Ed Sheeran for the Children In Need single is "crazy".
The hip-hop duo - Jordan 'Rizzle' Stephens and Harley 'Sylvester' Alexander-Sule - were chosen by the X Factor judge and Take That star to appear on the reworking of Massive Attack's Teardrop as part of the Collective, where they are joined by Wretch 32, Chipmunk, Labrinth, Tinchy Stryder and Ms Dynamite.
"The fact that we are in the Collective is crazy and nuts - and being a part of Children In Need, which we have watched since we were little, is flattering that we were asked," said Jordan.
The pair reckon they could take on more challenges after surviving the BlackBerry Live And Lost tour.
They had to rely on fans to find their way across the country for a secret gig in their home-town of Brighton after they were dropped off in Cornwall with only £20 and a BlackBerry Torch 9860 smartphone.
"It was ridiculous at times, but a big adventure," Jordan recalled.
"We had to clean a yacht, join a marching band, wear a witch's outfit and eat raw egg but we'd definitely do it again. The biggest challenge was sailing to shore on the boat, but it was quite fun. We even had £6 until the end!"
:: Rizzle Kicks's adventures on Live And Lost with BlackBerry can be seen on www.blackberry.com/liveandlost. Girl band Parade's Live And Lost adventures can be seen on T4 on November 20.