Cara Delevingne, in a recent tell-all interview with Vogue, talked about how her passion to act and make music kept her afloat while working in the modeling industry. Now, we learn that the former supermodel has officially embarked on her music career in a huge way, pairing up with Chic frontman and super producer Nile Rodgers, according to Harper's Bazaar.
Delevingne and Rodgers, who you might best know from a couple guest spots on Daft Punk's Random Access Memories, are currently working in the studio together on her music. "It's not helping, it's collaborating," Rodgers said. "When she played me her tracks I was shocked, it's cool." If you want to get a feel for what Delevingne's music might sound like, here's what Rodgers had to say: "She's a rock chick and a really cool one too."
We've gotten random teases of Delevingne's music career for some time now. She's proven she can sing, performed onstage with Pharrell, and even hinted that a collaboration with Beyoncé could be on the way. Maybe she'll even show off her incredible talent for beatboxing in the new music.
How Delevingne is balancing making music with an acting career that has her appearing in seven upcoming films, including Paper Towns, Suicide Squad, and the latest effort from Luc Besson, we have no idea.
Check out a clip of Delevingne singing with Pharrell below to hold you over until we get the real music.