18/01/2012 17:47 | By James Hurley, editor, MSN Music

Dappy partners up with Brian May

Yes, you read that right, Queen legend Brian May plays guitar on the new single from Dappy…

In a move that's bound to upset Queen fans everywhere, legendary guitarist Brian May has lent his services to the new single by N-Dubz rapper Dappy. Called Rockstar, the track follows his previous single No Regrets which went to number one in September last year.

In fact, we're pretty sure that's how the collaboration came about because Brian told MSN a few months ago that it was his favourite song of the moment.

Anyway, check out the video for Rockstar in the player below and let us know what you think. We're sure you will...

Dappy (© PA)

Our favourite moments:

0:29 - First sighting of the legend that is Brian May

0:59 - Unless we're very much mistaken, that looks like a naughty pipe for naughty people...

3:12 - Brian's solo kicks in. Is it just us or does it actually sound quite good?

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