Scots rockers Texas have reunited with old friends Wu-Tang Clan for their latest single.
The new song, Hi, is the first to be released from the band’s forthcoming studio album, expected to be out next year.
It also marks the first new music from hip-hop legends Wu-Tang Clan in three years.
The two groups have history together, with the Glasgow band collaborating with the Staten Island rappers on Say What You Want.
Texas performed the song alongside Wu-Tang’s Method Man at the 1998 Brit Awards.
Frontwoman Sharleen Spiteri also met up with rapper RZA in Glasgow last year during the filming of a documentary to discuss their classic collaboration.
Working on a new track was discussed, and later Texas sent a version of Hi to Los Angeles where raps from RZA and Ghostface Killah were added into the mix.
The accompanying video, directed by Fenn O’Meally, stars upcoming British actor Kadeem Ramsay who recently featured in Top Boy and Small Axe.
The new single comes fresh of the heels of Texas’ contribution to music being recognised at a Nordoff Robbins charity event.
After performing a virtual set at the online event, Spiteri told viewers: “This really is something very, very special, especially after the number of years as a band that we’ve been together.
“To be given this and for everybody to think that we deserve it, it means a lot. To be relevant, still making records and be successful this far down the line, for over 30 years, we feel very, very lucky.
“Stay safe and hopefully I will see you all very soon in real life, at a safe distance! I’m going to keep this and say I’m the iconic one.”
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