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16 July 2012, 06:49
The 'Killer' singer will reportedly be producing a series of tracks for the 'We Found Love' star's upcoming record.
N-Dubz star Fazer will be collaborating with Rihanna on songs for her upcoming new album, it has been reported.
The 'You Da One' star has already recruited the likes of Ne-Yo and Labrinth for the record and looks set to add the recently turned solo artist to the album.
"Rihanna's team heard his production on Tulisa's Young and his new single Killer and thought he'd be ideal for her album," a source told The Sun. "He's got decent producing experience under his belt with all the N-Dubz material."
The N-Dubz man, who is also currently working in the studio with the likes of The Wanted, is preparing songs to put forward to the Bajan star.
"Fazer's now knuckling down to the job and making tracks tailor-made for her," added the source. "If her team are impressed, she'll record the vocals with him."
Fazer also recently unveiled his debut solo single 'Killer' which will be released in August with a full album expected later in the year.
You can view a picture of Fazer in the video for his new single below:
Meanwhile, Rihanna has currently been pictured relaxing back home in Barbados following the funeral of her grandma Dolly.
The 'Talk That Talk' star will also be premiering her new fashion reality series Styled To Rock in the UK next month.