Latto has revealed her dream collaborator, and she’s got her sights set on the Fenty mogul.
Big Latto was asked about who she’d love to team up with from a business as well as music perspective, and she told Forbes that Rihanna fits the bill perfectly for both counts.
“Business, RiRi. RiRi. I just feel like she touched our generation in a whole different way,” Latto 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.
“So definitely RiRi. Music and business. What’s up, RiRi? Call me girl. 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.”
Watch the clip starting around the 16:55 mark below.
By the age of 24, Latto has worked with plenty of legends. As mentioned, she has songs with Mariah Carey, Christina Aguilera, Lil Wayne and more.
Getting that Rihanna feature may not be far-fetched, since she’s on RiRi’s radar. Latto took to social media in October and revealed she joined the team as an official Savage x Fenty ambassador.
She also has another rap collaborator she’s looking to check off her bucket list.
The “Big Energy” rapper spoke to XXL earlier this month, and identified André 3000 as her dream collaboration. She said that already has the perfect song in mind.
“I want to bring André 3000 out of retirement. I got a song for André right now that will go so fuckin’ crazy,” she said of the OutKast legend.
“And I’m really just trying to pull all strings, so hopefully, this can reach André somehow. I want André on my album.”
She continued: “Anything is possible for me. I think people will be having a whole different respect when my name is brought up like other artists, like the OGs… I got a song with Childish Gambino. J. Cole fuck with me.
“I be getting DMs from all types of people where I be like, Oh, damn. But I think they know that, like how I was saying earlier, l’m really passionate about this shit. They know I’m not like play-play about music. They know I’m really here to stay.”