The welsh singer shout out her support over the rapper's addition as one of the performers at the annual music festival.
Welsh singer Duffy hinted his admiration to Jay-Z as she shout out her support over the rapper's disputed upcoming appearance at the Glastonbury festival. The pop singer refuses to follow some musicians who rejected Jay-Z's addition to headline the event and stated that she thinks that it would be great to see the rapper performing at the annual event.
Stating her support to the rapper, speaking to the Glastonburyfestivals.co.uk, Duffy said, "I genuinely think he's a great musician. I was quite intrigued by it. It hadn't really crossed my mind that his appearance might be a problem. I've seen him live and it was one of the best shows I've ever been to."
Moreover, the Welsh singer also revealed that she has already seen Jay-Z's performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London and thinks that the show "was really fun and you left feeling good". Duffy herself will also perform at the festival on June 28 at the event's Other Stage.
Beside talking about Jay-Z, to the festival's official website, the singer also revealed another performer she is expecting to catch up at the event. She said that she's also looking forward to see The Raconteurs' performance.
In other news, not just preparing to perform at Glastonbury, but recently Duffy has also finished another project. The singer has recorded a cover of famous English producer and songwriter Joe Meek's song titled "Please Stay". The pop singer recorded the track with ex-Suede member, Bernard Butler, and it is made as a soundtrack for a new movie about Joe's life.