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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)


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

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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. 

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