The eclectic trio of musicians have joined forces for a pioneering new project which will fuse the genres together to introduce music fans to something new.
Speaking about the track, the 31-year-old rapper said: ''The track is a celebration of my journey and bringing together two worlds - grime and orchestra. Throw the rule book out, music has no boundaries.''
David, who is best known for composing music for five James Bond films as well as 'Godzilla' and 'Independence Day', revealed he wanted to be part of the project because it shows music has no boundaries.
He added: ''There are no rules. Violins, beats, lyrics,rhythms, brass sections, distortion, guitars, samples ... it's all music, if it sounds good then it is good. There's no reason why Grime can't meet Orchestra and this track is proof of how music knows no bounds.''
The track is being created as part of cider brand Bulmers' #LiveColourful LIVE campaign which is encouraging people to embrace the new and diverse.
Fans have a chance to gain tickets to a money-can't-buy performance of the track in London on October 13 through Bulmers' website, where the track will be available as a free download on the same day.
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