Rebecca Ferguson wants Guetta collaboration


This article is from 2012.

Rebecca Ferguson

Rebecca Ferguson

Rebecca Ferguson would love to provide vocals for one of David guetta's tracks

Rebecca Ferguson wants to record with David Guetta.

The 'Nothing's Real but Love' singer is a big fan of dance music, and would one day love to collaborate with the French producer on a track.

She said: "I've been a fan of his since back in the day. I love the song 'Titanium'.

"There will be a time for me to do dance music, but not now. But I would love to do vocals on a dance tune so maybe I should give David a call soon."

While she isn't ready to change musical directions just yet, Rebecca has been working on dance tracks for other artists.

She added to the Daily Star newspaper: "I like dance music a lot. I think I've got a dance album in me.

"I've just been sent some songs by [record company] EMI that they want me to work on. So I'm writing some dance music on the road - but not for me, for other artists."

The 25-year-old star is hoping her latest single, 'Too Good To Lose', shows fans a side to her music which is different to what they would normally associate with her.

She added: "I wanted to show a different side of my personality with the song.

"It's definitely got a different vibe to the big soul ballad people associate me with."

This article is from 2012.

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