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21 August 2012, 13:33
The 'Killer' rapper says he is still waiting to see if his team-up makes it onto her new album.
Fazer has described Rihanna as just a "normal" girl, despite her high profile music career, and has also teased his recent work with the singer for her upcoming seventh studio album.
The N-Dubz rapper says the 'Where Have You Been' star is just "trying to live a normal life" in between her music, and admits he is still waiting to hear whether any of the songs he worked on for the Bajan pop singer will make it onto her record.
"Rihanna's normal, man," Fazer revealed to The Sun this week. "Everyone assumes she's an alien because she's at such a massive global level.
"People need to understand she's a person living a normal life when she's not doing music," he explained. "She's just a normal girl trying to live a normal life.
Check out a picture of Fazer performing a recent live show for VEVO:GO below (Credit: PA):
Fazer also teased his potential team-up with Rihanna, after reports emerged last month that he was heading into the studio to help out with the follow-up to her 2011 album 'Talk That Talk'.
"A few weeks ago I got approached to do a session to produce some records for Rihanna and we made some great songs," he revealed. "Now it's just a waiting game to see if any of them are going to be used."
Fazer is currently preparing for the release of his first solo single 'Killer', which is due out on 26th August.