Rapper Lethal Bizzle, who is a cousin and business partner of Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong, will this weekend launch his entry to be this season's official FA Cup anthem.
The Football Association is staging a competition between six music acts to find the anthem - each will perform at grounds during the FA Cup with a vote taking place after the semi-finals.
The search begins at Upton Park on Saturday when Lethal Bizzle performs his track with Vato Gonzalez & Donae'o - titled 'Not a Saint' - ahead of the match between West Ham and Manchester United.
Other shortlisted acts include Leeds indie rock band The Pigeon Detectives and Dagenham rapper Devlin.
Lethal Bizzle said: "I've watched the FA Cup since I was a boy and always dreamed of playing in it. It's a special competition and I'm made up to be a part of it, and hopefully I can become part of its history by producing the official FA Cup anthem. To have my music open the FA Cup final really would be a dream come true."