Rapper Tinie Tempah has dropped a hint that his song celebrating Rangers and number 55 could soon be on its way.

The musician contacted defender Leon Balogun on Twitter, telling him to “check his inbox” – so the song could be ready.

Tinie has previously asked for a “lyric from each of the lads”, so it will be interesting to see the outcome of the players’ contribution.

It was Balogun who first put forward the idea of a title song to Tinie and the rapper was a big fan of the idea straight away.

Balogun responded to Tinie’s alert by suggesting his “inbox just went up in flames”.

Big celebrations

The scenes at Ibrox were joyous and brilliant to see after such a long period without a trophy or title win.

And we hope that is just the start of things to come.

Celebrations should really kick off once lockdown restrictions are eased and Tinie’s song is eagerly anticipated.


Hopefully it is brilliant rather than embarrassing as it has the potential to become a chant in the Ibrox stands.

Rangers must continue the momentum we have on and off the pitch and it would be good to see crowds back out to celebrate Scottish Cup success.

We are clearly the dominant force domestically right now and that competition is ours to lose.

Our Europa League exit means we can concentrate our efforts on the cup and we could have big players back fit after the international break, most notably James Tavernier and Ryan Jack.

In other Rangers news, a forgotten “warrior” likened to Ronaldo could have a big role to play for Gers next season.


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