Brooklyn Beckham to rap on The Vamps' new record
Brooklyn Beckham is set to rap on The Vamps' new album.
The 17-year-old son of David and Victoria Beckham has previously appeared in a music video for the band - which is comprised of Brad Simpson, James McVey, Connor Ball and Tristan Evans - but now he will show off his rapping skills on their latest record.
Brad told The Sun: "We want to get him involved. He can spit bars. He's going to be rapping on the album.
"We're probably two thirds through the album. It's been fun. We just want to get more music out."
Brooklyn is good friends with The Vamps and previously appeared in the music video for their song 'Wake Up'.
Speaking about working with Brooklyn, they said: "We were lucky enough to have Brooklyn in the video, he's a super nice guy and crazy talented.
"Making the music video for 'Wake Up' was something we were super excited about! It has been a year since we did our last shoot, and we were eager to get involved in a new one!
"This video was something we had never done before; we performed on top of a radio tower, 100 feet in the air. It was pretty scary, but absolutely awesome."
Meanwhile, Brooklyn's close pal Tallia Storm recently praised the photographer's rapping skills, revealing his obsession with late US rappers including Tupac and Notorious B.I.G.
She said: "In my kitchen, we used to stand and rap.
"He's obsessed with Tupac and Notorious B.I.G, so he'd always stand there and dance and rap to them.
"He's really good. So maybe he's a rapper, yeah. But he's an amazing photographer."