Our Kev have recently been busy with a number of impressive projects
Tame Impala's Kevin Parker has named Daft Punk as possible future collaborators, while he discussed his recent projects with Kanye West, Travis Scott and Rihanna.
The artist & # 39; Let It Happen & # 39; recently revealed that he & # 39; very disappointed & # 39; would be like the follow-up of the & # 39; Currents & # 39; would not appear next summer. Parker also spoke about his wish to headline Glastonbury's Pyramid Stage.
Away from Tame Impala, however, the musician has recently worked on a number of high-profile collaborations. He contributed to the & # 39; ye & # 39; from Kanye West, received a diploma of composer and lyricist on Travis Scott & # 39; s & # 39; Astroworld & # 39; and worked with Mark Ronson and SZA. Earlier this year, Arctic Monkeys & Alex Turner and Dua Lipa also said that they want to join forces with Parker.
Now the Australian songwriter and producer has discussed with whom he hopes to work together in the future. Asked by Billboard with whom he would like to work, Parker said: "Kanye was the number one place there – he had been the answer to that question for a long time."
After he had said that this wish was now "ticked off", Parker named Daft Punk. "I keep them absolutely legendary," he said about the French duo. "They are so god-like to me, but I do not even know what I would do or how I would do it with them."
Joint projects aside, Parker also said that Tame Impala is still his "absolute thing". "That's me in the first place," he added. "And I do not want to make a job out of the magic of doing collaborations and things like that."
Tame Impala's last LP, & # 39; Currents & # 39; was released in 2015. NME said in a four-star review that Parker was "an artist at the height of his strength".