Rihanna wants to collaborate with the one-and-only Lady Gaga.
Rihanna, who is currently sitting at the top of the charts with her Eminem collaboration "Love The Way You Lie" divulged her desire in a chat with the Daily Record.
“A collaboration between Gaga and myself would be really cool because we do a similar type of music and we both really love fashion," she said.
“I'm sure it would be a very hot and sexy video. I would love to collaborate with her. Who wouldn't?"
Despite both artists being signed to Interscope (Universal) in the States, they haven't yet hooked up.
Lady Gaga collaborated with Beyoncé on "Telephone" and in addition to Eminem, Rihanna's worked with Jay Z on "Run This Town."
If this comes off, it would be massive. Would the pop world be ready for a collaboration of this scale? Wow...
Light Me Up album review by Jordana Borensztajn.
Don’t f**k with Taylor Momsen.
What’s abundantly clear after listening to The Pretty Reckless’ debut album Light Me Up is that Momsen’s got serious attitude.
She’s dark, rough, bold, brutally honest, wise beyond her years and very sexually charged. Best of all, she's worked out how to use all of these powerful weapons to her musical advantage.
After a promising EP release back in June, The Pretty Reckless’ first full-length record is one hell of a ride.
Exploring everything from drugs, sex, confusion, despair, death, regret, hurt, anguish, lust, love and longing, it’s hard to believe that 17-year-old Momsen has experienced enough heartbreak, horror and happiness to write – and successfully articulate – experiences which many teenagers wouldn’t be brave enough to tackle.
Despite consistently being splashed across tabloids and news sites around the world as a foul-mouthed spoilt TV star, what we see on this record shows a very different side to the Gossip Girl child actor.
Momsen’s a fiery frontwoman who opens her heart, revealing a fierce, passionate, gutsy and incredibly talented teenage singer and songwriter.
Her raw vocals, husky growl and powerful rock snarl are breathtakingly effortless and rule out any and all doubts or criticisms about Momsen’s ability to convincingly transform from a stunning and wealthy teenage actress into an angry and aggressive grunge rock goddess. Momsen makes this transformation with conviction and style.
The 10-track delivery boasts a perfect balance of radio-friendly dirty rock tracks, heartfelt ballads and dark themes.
If you think you know Taylor Momsen through her on-screen character Jennie Humphrey, think again. This record puts a whole new side to little J on display.