The 'Glee' star finally gets to release her own music, getting some valuable assist from her boyfriend.
Actress Naya Rivera, best known for her role as Santana Lopez on the hit TV series "Glee", just released her own music on August 9 over at Los Angeles radio station Power 106 FM. Helping her out on both recording the track titled "Sorry" and debuting it on air was her boyfriend, G.O.O.D. Music label rapper Big Sean.
"Heard that #nayapower trended?! You guys are the best. This was a good day for all of us and I can't thank you enough for your support," the 26-year-old TV star tweeted on Friday. The single, which she said has "been a long time coming," was finally dropped after Rivera shared a snippet of it last week on Twitter.
After her big break on "Glee", Rivera signed a solo album record deal with Columbia Records back in May 2011. Prior to releasing "Sorry" with Big Sean, Rivera recorded a feature on Croatian cello duo 2Cellos' sophomore album second single, a cover of Muse's "Supermassive Black Hole" and also appeared in the song's music video.
Meanwhile, apart from supporting his girlfriend's recording career, Big Sean is gearing up for the release of his second studio album "Hall of Fame" on August 27. Just last week, he premiered his "Fire" music video starring Miley Cyrus whom he cast in the clip "as a metaphor for strong women" to show that she's "an awesome person" and "how elegant she can be."