Robbie Williams returns to business with the release of a brand new single 'Rudebox' on September 4th on EMI Records. 'Rudebox' is the first single to be taken from his forthcoming new studio album, which will follow soon after.
'Rudebox' is a nasty, dirty, bass infused electro-funk-pop monster produced and written with fellow Stoke On Trent natives/compadres Soul Mekanik aka Danny Spencer & Kelvin Andrews.
Forged around a sample from Sly & Robbie's seminal 'Boops (Here To Go)' and twisted around his own unique visceral lyrical stylings, the result is the sound of our Rob jamming the electro-boogaloo on a bustling New York street corner in 1983. The sound is unmistakably fresh, and unmistakably Robbie Williams! It could be no other.
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