Chaka Khan is letting it be known that she is not here for working with Grammy-winning pop superstar Ariana Grande. Written by former Rufus keyboard player, David "Hawk" Wolinski, Chaka Khan and Luenell reflected on the record and how timeless music will make an artist live on forever.
'She's good on her own, Chaka told interviewer Luenell. She don't need - plus, I don't want to sing with another woman. I ain't got nothing to say with a woman. You say it by yourself.
'I'm not gonna do no song with no heifer, ' concluded the ten-time Grammy award victor.
"No, f- her", Khan quipped.
"Yes, I can", the singer responded.
"We ain't gonna talk about no man", she continued. We not gonna do none of that stuff. "It's not happening. I'm not gone do no song with no heffa".
Even though Khan and Grande recorded "Nobody" - a song off of the Charlie's Angels movie soundtrack - back in 2019, the soul singer isn't interested in doing another duet with the "7 Rings" hitmaker. Clarifying that she meant no offense, the 67-year-old quickly added, "She's alright". "It's a song, you know, about Charlie's Angels".
Using Lalah Hathaway as a fine example, Khan went on to further explain just how working with another woman would cause quite a clash. "That's a bad singing b--", Khan told VladTV. "I liked her better when she didn't speak smh".
The platinum selling sensation, 27, whose latest hit Rain On Me with Lady Gaga debuted at number one, teased her fans with the surprising news on social media. "It's handsome enough for me".