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Latto names Rihanna as her dream collaboration: "Call me girl"

A collage featuring photos of Rihanna and Latto.
Rihanna, Latto. (DFree/Lev Radin/Shutterstock)

Latto has named the one artist she'd love to collaborate with more than anyone – and she has her heights set very high.

“Business, RiRi. RiRi," Latto told Forbes in an interview published Tuesday when asked which other music star she'd most like to work with in both a music and business capacity.

"I just feel like she touched our generation in a whole different way,” the "Big Energy" rapper explained. “I feel like women like me who might have a little motion going on, she showed us that it’s possible for us to take it a whole different level."

On top of having sold 60 million albums worldwide, Rihanna also boasts an impressive business empire, which includes her highly successful makeup company, Fenty Beauty, which she co-owns with French retailer LVMH.

“So definitely RiRi. Music and business," Latto added before issuing a call for Rihanna to get in contact with her.

"What’s up, RiRi? Call me girl," she said. "I did a song with Mariah Carey, I did a song with Christina Aguilera, I did a song with Lil Wayne. It’s so limitless, I feel like anything could happen.”

On Tuesday, Latto, 24, was named in Forbes' 2024 edition of its prestigious "30 Under 30" list.

The list recoginizes 30 notable and influential people under the age of 30 in various industries including media, art and style, and music.

Also listed in the music category alongside Latto was singer-songwriter Steve Lacy, "Miss the Rage" rapper Trippie Redd, and "Munch (Feelin' U)" rapper Ice Spice.


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