Flume slides in Rihanna’s DMs over potential collaboration
Who would have ever thought Grammy-winning future bass artist Flume and pop artist, Rihanna would collab? With their music styles and genres being so diverse this potential collaboration has an immense amount of imaginable greatness fans are going to applaud. Flume revealed to The Sydney Morning Herald that he would love to work with Rihanna and said he was going to “DM her right now.” Dance artist and producer Flume emphasised that the ability to be able to work with anyone because of how universal music has become is so unreal.
With Flume announcing that he will “begin his record next year” fans will be anxiously waiting to see if Rihanna will make an appearance. In songs in the past such as, “How to Build a Relationship” and “On Top” feat. the rapper T.Shirt, Flume has mixed hip hop with his classic EDM style vibe and created songs listeners love. With Flume’s talent to collaborate across all genres and Rihanna’s ability to mix and match dancehall with R&B and electronic vibes, this potential collab is one that fans will be hoping drops soon. Both Flume and Rihanna listeners are hopeful that the DM was a success and that artists will mesh their talents and create a hit. This story follows the recent news that the bass producer will return to Miami in 2020 to play at Ultra Music Festival.
See you in 2020 @ultra pic.twitter.com/cKkaWVb7Rc
— Flume (@flumemusic) November 21, 2019