Rap-Up TV: Bridget Kelly Talks Dr. Dre, Nas Collaborations

In addition to prepping her debut, Bridget Kelly has been in the studio with two of hip-hop’s greatest. Not only is she signed to Jay-Z’s label, but the Roc Nation singer had the privilege of collaborating with Dr. Dre and Nas.

She described the out-of-body experience recording with the West Coast rap icon for Detox. “He’s funny, he’s so down to earth,” she told Rap-Up TV. “It’s weird ’cause one would think that after being around Jay so much that you would go into a room with Dr. Dre and not be fazed, but I definitely walked in and I was just like, ‘Oh my God. This is Dr. Dre.’”

Nas also called on her talents for a No I.D.-produced song that may appear on his upcoming album Life Is Good. “It’s another emotional record,” explained Bridget, who recently released her debut single “Thinking About Forever.” “Everything that I’m attaching myself to is very emotional and very passionate.”

Plus, find out who is currently in rotation on her iPod.

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  1. drew(uk)

    hi andy here from the uk..i write to you hoping that you may be able to help me in contacting Dr Dre.The reason for this is that ive produced a Remix of puppet master..featuring Dr Dre & Cypress hil.okrite hear goes..i have a 16 year old son who also has big interest in music..name of zac.right..the track that ive remixed is beeing beg of my son for his friends to have on their phones and downloads.so i thought only best was to ask him myself.And also if this is as popular as my son and his friends say, then hopefully i may get the chance to work with another producer who has great skills and talent…so then…i may learn more from them also..hope this makes sense just got bk from holidays today with my youngest to children..as promised no music for a week..dreams can come true for children..carnt they..many thanks andy here in the uk.

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