Cara Delevingne just keeps getting cooler and cooler. She's already one of the most in-demand models in the fashion industry, she's got an awesome style, and she's a pretty decent singer.
Delevingne, who's expressed her desire to start a music career, recently recorded a duet with singer and songwriter Will Heard. The pair did an accoustic rendition of "Sonnetanz (Sun Don't Shine)" in a London studio, and you can hear the model's voice in the video below. She isn't a Beyoncé or Adele, but she can hold a note.
Oh, and she can also play the guitar, according to Heard. "I’ve known Cara since we were both 14 or 15 through mutual friends. Her vocal is really understated and what she does with it is unique. Not what you would typically expect. Also, her guitar skills are ridiculously good and she’s great fun to jam with," he said.
Delevingne wouldn't be the first model to kick start a music career, though, if she were to go ahead and record an album. Karen Elson's debut album, The Ghost Who Walks" was released in in 2010. And let's not forget Naomi Campbell's attempt with her 1995 single "Love and Tears."
Interested in hearing Delevingn'e voice for yourself? Check out the video above.