Singer plans single release for 'Golden' version of 'Umbrella'
Rhianna and Klaxons may release their Brit Awards version of ‘Umbrella’.
The singer told BBC 6Music that she is keen for the mash-up of her song and Klaxons‘ ‘Golden Skans’, which they performed together last night (February 20) at the Brit Awards ceremony, to come out as a single.
“(It was) really different, very cool, unexpected. But when I hear it, I just want to hear it more,” she said. “It makes it so much more rock and roll.
“It’s a different tempo and everything. But I actually want to release a version like that. Maybe the same version. I really, really liked it.”
The radio station asked the singer about her relationship with Klaxons‘ Jamie Reynolds, after he announced that he wanted to make her his wife while drunk on the red carpet.
“He’s a character,” she said. “of the entire group he is the character one.”
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