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Akon Wants Both Beyonce Knowles and Jay-Z for a Collaboration

December 9, 2008 (6:26 am) GMT
Akon said that he is planning to do a project with Beyonce Knowles and her husband Jay-Z separately someday.
Akon Wants Both Beyonce Knowles and Jay-Z for a Collaboration

is eager to make a major collaboration with in the future. Nothing is set yet, but the R 'n' B star confessed to Rap-Up.com that he has a plan to do something with Beyonce after they are able to arrange a time within their hectic schedule.

"Right now, we just in talks," Akon quoted as saying. "I don't know what we're gonna do. I know we're gonna do something together". He explained further on the reason why the collaboration is not imminent, adding "With her schedule and my schedule - we're both international artists - there's no way. A lot of artists will find out wherever I'm at and fly out to me. She's as busy as I am."

Also in another interview, Akon told Wenn that he wants to team up with Beyonce's husband . The twist is, he wants Beyonce and Jay-Z separately in the recording studio because it will provide a surprise for fans. "I haven't worked with Jay-Z or Beyonce yet. Those are the only people I haven't worked with. I would definitely work with them separately. Together is too common - it's already been done, its almost expected," Akon said.

The "Smack That" crooner has just released his third studio album "Freedom" on December 2.

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