Rat Boy wouldn't rule out Honey G collaboration
Rat Boy would be up for collaboration with wannabe rapper Honey G despite the backlash she has received on 'The X Factor'
Rat Boy wouldn't turn down a collaboration with 'X Factor' rapper Honey G.
The 'Get Over It' hitmaker - whose real name is Jordan Cardy - would be open to working with the wannabe star despite her causing controversy with her performances on the ITV talent and receiving mixed reviews.
Asked if he would turn down the opportunity to have Honey G - whose real name is Anna Gilford - feature on a song with him, Jordan exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "Yeah why not? We would give anything a go.
"I heard her on Radio 1 the other day. She was alright. A lot of people don't like her do they. I think it is good."
Rat Boy and his backing band - Liam Haygarth, Harry Todd and Noah Booth - attended the Stubhub Q Awards at London's Roundhouse on Wednesday (02.11.16) and were next to Spice Girl Mel C, 42, on the red carpet, and they also wouldn't rule out the chance to work with Sporty Spice.
Jordan added: "Maybe we will work with Mel C from the Spice Girls."
Meanwhile, Rat Boy has teased that his debut album could be out early next year and will feature a lot of "weird stuff".
Asked what fans can expect from it, Jordan said: "Lots of songs. Like radio bits and voice actors and weird stuff."
And Rat Boy is not the only person who'd be up for collaborating with Honey G as James Arthur said he'd be up for having her feature on his album.
He said recently: "I'm a Honey G fan. She can spit some vibes on one of my songs, she's got rhymes for days! She's gangster, I love her. For all we'd like to find credible and amazing multi-platinum selling artists, most of us when we sit down on a Saturday night after a hard week at work the average person wants to be entertained and I think she's a perfect break from all the other stuff.
"I listened to her on a radio interview yesterday and she's hilarious as well."