Halsey wants to collaborate with Rihanna
Halsey at rehearsal for the AMA’s yesterday! pic.twitter.com/dNfeb1k9xP
— Halsey Updates (@halseysupdating) November 19, 2016
The 22-year-old singer – who recently worked with The Chainsmokers on ‘Closer’ is a huge fan of Rihanna and would love to record music with her.
She told HollywoodLife.com: “If I could collaborate with anyone, it would be Rihanna. I love her. I wish she was my big sister.”
On this day, Halsey played two consecutive shows to a total of 2,400 fans at The Fonda in Los Angeles, where both shows sold out in minutes. pic.twitter.com/KN7aWjUVkl
— halsey history (@onthisdayhalsey) November 18, 2016
Meanwhile, The Chainsmokers recently insisted Halsey has always topped the list of artists they wanted to work with.
The duo – comprised of Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart – admitted she was musician they “wanted to collaborate with the most”, even before the song ‘Closer’ was in production.
after 12 absurd weeks at number 1, Closer has finally fell to number 2. thank god. i was starting to worry i was living in a simulation. RIP
— h (@halsey) November 15, 2016
Alex said: “[Halsey is] an artist who the last year before we put the song together, we said she was the artist we wanted to collaborate with the most.”
And the success of the resulting is still something that the pair are trying to come to terms with, saying they are “super grateful” for the support they’ve received.
Alex added: “It’s incredible. We work super hard on our music, take it really seriously … to see people enjoying our music like they are, that will never get old. We’re just super grateful.”
As for their next big collaboration, the ‘Selfie’ hitmakers have teased they may have “something special” on the way with Coldplay frontman Chris Martin.
Speaking to BANG Showbiz, they said: “We don’t want to jinx anything or give away too much but [Chris Martin] and that experience were one of the most wonderful moments we have ever experienced.
“And we may or may not have something really special in the pipeline.”