The Fast and Furious star Vin Diesel recently made his singing debut, collaborating with Selena Gomez and Dj Kygo.
Vin dropped hints about his singing debut when he posted a picture of himself behind the mike, in a studio.
He later revealed on Instagram, that he was, indeed asked to record a song. The Last Witch Hunter star posted:
"You all know how much I love music," wrote the Hollywood strongman, "so when one of your favourite producers @kygomusic invites you to the studio you go... what I didn't expect was to be asked to go into the recording booth. Haha... never be afraid to step out of your comfort zone!"
Soon after that, Vin revealed that he was indeed working on a new single with Selena and the talented DJ himself!
"This was the day after I chilled with Kygo at my post Grammy party... for years I have done low tech karaoke for you die hard fans, often showing a different and emotional side. But I was never invited into a professional studio, or never had the courage to try it for real with an engineer and everything. The magician somehow took my voice and and added it to the super talented Selena... Kygo sent over the track today and I am Speechless. Wow. Just speechless."
Selena and Kygo's latest single will feature Vin and we are loving it! Unveiling the single on his Facebook page, the xXx: Return of Xander's Cage star seems to be over moon!
"WOW!!!! The new Kygo mix is up on my Facebook page. I stepped out of my comfort zone for this one, haha. Let me know what you think. Thank you@kygomusic for producing this 2017 HIT! Thank you for believing in me enough to ask me to sing. Thank you@Selenagomez for bringing that beautiful and magical voice. Pained and celebratory simultaneously. I followed your lead when I went into the booth...
#kygoselenavin #ItAintMe #gratefultomakemagic #believeinyou"
Captioned, "All love...", Vin released the song on his Facebook page. Here is It Ain't Me:
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