Belfast Telegraph

Friday 29 August 2014

Rihanna 'considers Afrojack collaboration'

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Rihanna could soon be collaborating with Afrojack on a "really dope song".

Dutch music producer-and-DJ Nick van de Wall, who is commonly known by his stage name Afrojack, has previously worked with artists such as Beyoncé Knowles and David Guetta.

He also has a musical history with Rihanna's on-off boyfriend Chris Brown - and now the 25-year-old DJ has hinted he will collaborate with the pop princess herself.

"I have a record, maybe," he divulged to the New York Post.

"She wanted a song I produced. It's a song I originally recorded with Chris Brown called As Your Friend, but I am not supposed to say anything about it just yet because the papers aren't signed. But the music is there, and it's a really dope song."

Afrojack worked with Chris on track Look at Me Now, which was featured on his 2011 album F.A.M.E.

The famous spinner has also remixed a host of tracks, ranging from hits by Lady Gaga to Leona Lewis.

The announcement from Afrojack comes shortly after Rihanna announced she would be releasing new album Unapologetic later this month.

The 24-year-old Barbadian singer has already treated fans to single Diamonds from her upcoming musical offering.

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