Lil Nas X wants to work with SZA, Tyler, The Creator, Lady Gaga and more

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The ‘Montero’ rapper has a huge wish list

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Lil Nas X has revealed that he wants to work with high-profile artists like SZA, Tyler, The Creator, Lady Gaga and many more.

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The “Montero (Call Me By Your Name)” rapper took to TikTok on Sunday (October 10) to share a series of pictures of the artists who are on his wish list of collaborations.

Clips soundtracked by their chart-topping track ‘Industry Baby’ include Lady Gaga, Kid Cudi, Ariana Grande, SZA, Willow Smith, Tyler, The Creator, Cardi B (again!), Azealia Banks, Rema and more. Huh. .

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You can watch the TikTok clip below:

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Which song do you like the best guys?

Industry Baby Extended – lil nas x

Of the cast named Lil Nas X, Azealia Banks responded via her own Instagram story, “Let’s get ’em”.

Lil Nas X’s wish list comes after he revealed last month that he wanted Lady Gaga on his recent album ‘Montero’ and Nicki Minaj on the song ‘Industry Baby’.

In a Twitter Q&A, he asked questions from fans using the hashtag #askMONTero.

One user asked if he would ever collaborate with Lady Gaga, to which Lil Nas X replied: “Yes, I really wanted to have a song with her on the album, but I never finished writing it and sending it to her. “

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Another user asked about the song Lil Nas X sent to Nicki Minaj in hopes of a feature, which she revealed she did in an interview. breakfast club, no reaction.

The song single was ‘Industry Baby’, by Lil Nas X, which eventually received a guest verse from Jack Harlow.

Meanwhile, Dolly Parton has put her seal of approval on a recent cover of her signature song ‘Jolene’ from Lil Nas X.

The rapper took Parton’s 1973 song from his album of the same name during a session as part of BBC Radio One’s Live Lounge last month.

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