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Inna hoping for Black Eyed Peas track
Inna is hoping Black Eyed Peas will collaborate with her.
The Romanian 'Sun Is Up' singer has had European success with her singles - including 'Deja Vu' and 'Hot' which have reached the top ten in a number of countries - but now wants to work with the 'Rock That Body' hitmakers, as she believes their musical approach shares lots of similarities.
She told BANG showbiz: "I would really like to start doing some collaborations right now, it's very important to me so I can grow as an artist - there are so many, definitely the Black Eyes Peas, I really think we have a few things in common with our sound and the type of music we like to make and also Afrojack."
"I could probably get a rapper on a track with me, I love dance tracks with raps in them, I think that works really well, so hopefully in future that will also happen."
Inna - who studied political science before becoming a pop star - may appear scantily clad in bikinis for most of her videos, but feels her intelligence is just as important as her looks.
She added: "I give a lot of importance to the way I look and present myself, it is important for me to show this to the fans.
"But what is cool is to be both sexy, interesting and intelligent at the same time, I don't want people to just think of me as sexy."Posted on 15 Jun 2011 08:30 to category : Music News
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