Slap on your Dappy hats and shout ‘Na na nii!’ at top volume – N-Dubz have reunited for their first new music video for 11 years.
The trio – Tulisa, Dappy, and Fazer – went on an indefinite hiatus in 2011 but have recently come back with new single Charmer.
And now we have a brand new video to go with it, which sees the threesome performing the song while in front of a helicopter and making their way through the halls of a fancy mansion, surrounded by models and bottles of champagne.
Since announcing their comeback, which is going to be accompanied by a UK arena tour later this year, the Playing with Fire hitmakers have seen their 2011 Greatest Hits album re-enter the UK album chart.
Charmer itself has entered the top 40 on the singles chart.
The tour, named Back to the Future, sold out in so many venues that more dates had to be added to keep up with demand.
Back in March, Fazer, 35, whose real name is Richard Rawson, had teased that the group were planning a reunion.
‘We never said that we would never get back together, we always said we would at some point – it’s just about time’, he said.
‘We never said it was off the cards,’ he added. ‘We always said it’s going to come back at some point.’
All three of the group’s albums – Uncle B, Against All Odds, and Love.Live.Life – were certified platinum in the UK before they called time on their career as a band.
They also landed themselves a UK number one single when their hit with Tinchy Stryder, Number 1, went all the way to the top of the charts in 2010.
They were initially only supposed to be away from the limelight for two years while Tulisa, 33, and Dappy, 34, pursued solo careers.
In 2012, Tulisa confirmed on an episode of The X Factor that the group would one day reform. In 2017, Fazer told OK! that a reunion would happen ‘soonish’.
But along the way, other projects and personal matters often prevented the group from reforming in any meaningful capacity.
But with a new single out and a new tour on the way, the N-Dubz train appears to finally back on the tracks.