N-Dubz' Fazer unrecognisable after hair transformation as he reunites with band for massive tour
17th May 2022

N-DUBZ star Fazer looks unrecognisable ten years on as he reunites with the band.

The 35-year-old rapper has undergone a hair transformation ready to go on a massive tour with Dappy and Tulisa.

Fazer, whose real name is Richard Rawson, ditched his short hair for some longer locks.

He's also transformed his image from wearing tracksuits and a cap to a smart suit with glasses.

The Sun exclusively confirmed yesterday that for the first time in over a decade, Dappy, Tulisa and Fazer will release new music.

Their new single Charmer is coming in a matter of days.

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The song is the first track the group have released since 2011 single Morning Star.

They'll also embark on a massive arena tour at a later date.

A source said: "Fans have been calling for this for years but timing has never been right.

"Finally all Tulisa, Dappy and Fazer are all onboard and the music they have recorded is genuinely some of their best yet.

"Think classic N-Dubz but with a current twist.


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"Charmer was initially due out May 13 but they decided to push things back to make sure everything is perfect.

"Plans to film the video have been laid out like a military operation to keep everything under wraps."

Speaking of the tour, the insider added: "It's going to be massive. They have seen all the success other groups have enjoyed coming back and want a piece of the action.

"They have been trying things out in the studio for ages but finally things have fallen into place."

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