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U.S. Singer Rachel Yamagata Sends Request to MC Sniper for Future Collaboration? 'Huge Fan'

By Staff Writer | February 19, 2013 01:39 PM EST

U.S. Singer Rachel Yamagata Sends Request to MC Sniper for Future Collaboration? 'Huge Fan'
U.S. Singer Rachel Yamagata Sends Request to MC Sniper for Future Collaboration? 'Huge Fan' (Photo : d)


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World famous pop star Rachel Yamagata revealed that she was a fan of MC Sniper and asked him to collaborate with her.

Rachel Yamagata, who is known for her song, "Be Be your Love," recently revealed in an interview that she loved MC Sniper's music.

She stated, "I like MC Sniper. I met him last time I was in Korea and I became a huge fan. I hope to do a collaboration with him someday."

An official of MC Sniper stated, "MC Sniper has always wanted to do a collaboration as well and he is always ready for her offer."

On the other hand, Rachel Yamagata was raised in Arlington, Virginia by her German-Italian mother and Japanese father. 

Tagged :  MC Sniper, Rachel Yamagata

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