The R 'n' B singer revealed to the press that she would like to work with other female singers on her new LP, naming the two British singers as the perfect candidates.
Still preparing the release of her repackaged set "Good Girl Gone Bad: Reloaded", which will due on June 17, Rihanna has already had an idea for her next studio effort. The "Umbrella" singer said to the press that on her next LP she would love to work with two famous British female singers, Amy Winehouse and Duffy.
Talking to the press, Rihanna reveals her excitement if she could really work with Amy and Duffy by saying, "How amazing would that be? We've all got three different voices, it would be brilliant. Now that would be a feminist anthem." She also praises the two British singers saying, "I love Amy. I think she's great, so unique. I love her album. And I also love what Duffy is doing, she's brilliant, as well."
Beside eying to collaborate with those female singers, the "Umbrella" singer claims that she also plans to work with Amy's producer Mark Ronson on her new record. "I love Mark Ronson. We've talked about doing something together on my next album," Rihanna said.
Rihanna herself, recently seems very keen to do a collaboration, previously the R 'n' B singer has just worked together with Maroon 5, recording a track "If I Never See Your Face Again" which will be included on both musicians' re-released LP. Not only that, recent rumors also said that the singer wants to record a song together with her rumored lover, Chris Brown.