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Taylor Swift wants Eminem duet

2013-03-08 21:46
 
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Los Angeles - Taylor Swift wants to collaborate with Eminem.

The I Knew You Were Trouble singer is famed for her country-pop songs but she is also a huge fan of hip-hop and would love to do a song with the Stan rapper.

"I love hip-hop so much. There's something so honest about it."

Asked if she would jump on a track with Eminem, she added to Instyle magazine: "Nobody wants to hear me rap but I'd sing a chorus for someone for sure. I would sign up for that in a heartbeat."

Final say

Taylor, 23, is famed for her clean-cut image and while she admits people would be shocked if she started swearing in her music, she insists she has the final say on what she writes and releases and could do what she wants.

She said: "I don't have a big scary management situation where I have to ask them.

"If I wrote a song called 'Fuck' I think people would kind of raise their hand and go, like, 'Maybe swear less?' But I just don't really feel the need to swear in my music."

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