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Rita Ora asks Professor Green for collaboration

10 July 2012 7:40 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Rita Ora has revealed that she approached Professor Green for a future collaboration. The singer asked the rapper if he was up for recording a new track while they were both at T4 On The Beach at the beginning of the month (July 1). Asked if rumours of a collaboration between them were true, Ora told MTV: "Definitely, I'm a big Professor Green fan. I love the tone of his voice. "I approached him at T4 On The Beach and he came up to me and said 'yes'. You never know when you are going to see them [artists] again and if you don't, you have to go through so many people. "It's just fun to say, 'Look, I think you're amazing Professor (more) »

- By Lewis Corner

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T4 On The Beach first acts revealed: Little Mix, Rizzle Kicks, more

21 March 2012 5:01 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

The first acts for this year's T4 On The Beach have been announced. Little Mix, Dappy, Labrinth, Professor Green, Rizzle Kicks and Cover Drive will all be performing at Weston-super-Mare on July 1, when the music event will be celebrating its 10th anniversary. It will be hosted by T4 presenters Jameela Jamil, Nick Grimshaw, Georgie Okell, Matt Edmondson and Will Best, and there will also be special appearances from cast members of Channel 4 programmes. Jamil said: "To say I'm excited about T4 On The Beach's 10th birthday would be a massive understatement, (more) »

- By Greg Laing

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