Rate My Takeaway’s Danny Malin releases Christmas song about Yorkshire puddings

Will this be the new Christmas number one?

Danny Malin and Toddla T have joined forces to create a Christmas song all about their love for the humble Yorkshire pudding.

It’s not what we ever thought a Christmas song would be about, but we are absolutely here for it.

Youtube star Danny Malin, the face of Rate My Takeaway, has teamed up for the third year running with Toddla T to create the new song ‘Santa’s From Up North’.

Both being proud Yorkshiremen, the song is a ode to their favourite part of the roast dinner – the Yorkshire pud.

Danny said: “There’s nowt folk love more than a good Yorkshire pudding especially on their Christmas dinner.

“I think all families need some Christmas cheer in these winter months. So what better way than to release a classic belter which raises money for children’s charities.

“And of course as proud Yorkshiremen, Toddla T from the Steel City and I, there’s nothing we like more than a good Yorkshire pudding.”

Toddla T said: “It’s great to work with my mate Danny again and this year’s tune promises to be soft, fluffy and enjoyable as the Yorkshire puddings themselves.”

Danny has been filming the music video for the new song at the White Rose Shopping Centre with Leeds-based Motiv Productions.

Image: Danny Malin

Every year, Danny donates money from the profits that the song makes to a chosen charity and this year it will be Leeds Hospitals Charity.

He said: “While the song hopes to provoke everyone to have some fun for the festive season, we know that it’s a difficult time for many. We’ve therefore decided to donate money each year to a charity close to our hearts and this year it’s Leeds Hospitals Charity.”

You can download ‘Santa’s From Up North’ here.

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Featured image – Danny Malin

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