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Gabriella Cilmi following in Enya's footsteps
Gabriella Cilmi wants to release a "new age" record and a country album.
The 'Woman On A Mission' singer likened herself to Celtic songstress Enya, and said if she leaves her pop roots behind she would like to follow in her footsteps.
She told BANG Showbiz: "I think I have some Enya in me, some kind of new age side. I think my next record will be different to this one and different to my first, because I'm always changing.
"I love pop music because it really brings people together and united people and really like that about it. I'm sure my next record will sound different, I'd love to write a country record one day."
Australian born Gabriella, 18, also told how she is also a big rock fan and loved to dress up as her idols when she was younger.
She added: "My roots are from, Led Zeppelin are my favourite band, I love Robert Plant, and I used to dress up as Suzi Quatro when I was younger in leather pants, and sing along to her records.
"I love Glam rock, I love The Sweet and T-Rex. So maybe I could do a glam rock record one day."
Gabriella also said if she could work with anyone she would collaborate with producer Dangermouse - who is half of the group Gnarls Barkley and worked with Gorillaz on their Demon Days' album- and rapper Lupe Fiasco.Posted on 29 Mar 2010 07:00 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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