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World Cup song proves a hit at Orient’s Brisbane Road ground

16:39 14 April 2014

Rapper Redzz with Shaun Batt at Brisbane Road

Rapper Redzz with Shaun Batt at Brisbane Road

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Leytonstone rapper Redzz has recorded a World Cup song at Leyton Orient’s Brisbane Road stadium.

Alive & Kicking stars O’s forward Shaun Batt and the rapper will be introduced to the club’s crowd before the big Easter Monday showdown with Wolves where he will perform the song.

The video to the song is due to be released next week.

Redzz, who has appeared on television channels such as MTV, Channel 4, KISS and Sky Sports, will appear alongside the like of Manchester City star Yaya Toure, Tubes and Frankie Fryer of Soccer AM fame and former Norwich City manager Chris Hughton.

He filmed it in 40 football stadiums across the country in total.

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