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Rizzle Kicks name Prince as dream collaboration

Rizzle Kicks have revealed they would love to work with Prince.

The Brighton duo, currently riding high in the charts with their single, ‘Mama Do The Hump,’ told BANG Showbiz that the enigmatic US singer has been a major influence on their career:

'We would love to work with Prince, that would be a great honour. He's been a big inspiration for us. It would be amazing to work with him.''

The BRIT School graduates, who have recently been working with chart-topper DJ Fresh on new material, also expressed their admiration for Mike Skinner’s career, adding: ''We always want to be around and have respect like The Streets have. We don't just want to have a few big singles and then that's it. Hopefully we're not one hit wonders.

''It's like with The Streets' albums - you can always put them on and enjoy them whenever you want. We'd like people to think that about us. We really admire what Mike Skinner has done.”

The pair are set to perform with Olly Murs on their number one single ‘Heart Skips A Beat’ at tonight’s Brit Awards ceremony at London's 02 Arena. 




Watch Rizzle Kicks' remix of Foster The People's 'Call It What You Want' below: