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David Guetta Worked With Rihanna For 'Home' Soundtrack

Lazaros Balakos | PopWrapped Author

Lazaros Balakos

11/26/2014 8:01 pm
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David Guetta Worked With Rihanna For 'Home' Soundtrack | Rihanna
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The buzz around the web has been that Rihanna might not have dropped a studio album in two years, but she's really making a comeback soon. The songstress will not only drop her upcoming, eighth studio album, but is also responsible for the soundtrack of DreamWorks' animated film, Home. The most recent information regarding new music from the "Diamonds" star come from David Guetta. The DJ and super-producer revealed that he did work with Rihanna, but for the soundtrack instead of her own album. More specifically, he said: "I have done a couple of tracks for her but it’s for a second album. She’s doing a film and the music is for the soundtrack to that film. It’s quite different." Even though he didn't confirm which soundtrack he was talking about, we know she's currently working on the one for Home and is rumored to have recorded a dozen of tracks already! The last time the two artists joined their forces was on "Right Now", which was included on Rihanna's latest studio album, Unapologetic. David Guetta went on to reveal that he wanted her to sing on "No Money No Love" from his brand-new studio album, Listen. However, that obviously didn't happen and he got Ms Dynamite and Elliphant on the track instead. Word is that the "Diamonds" star is going all-in with urban music for what we call #R8, so it's only normal that she didn't collaborate with the DJ for it. However, she could have lended some vocals for his record, couldn't she? At the very least, we might after all here some tunes from them thanks to Home's soundtrack, so here's to hoping they make the final cut.

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