Warwick let another Twitter user know that the threads and a flourishing friendship with Taylor Swift are not the only things he would like to collaborate on with her.
“I think Taylor has a wonderful voice. She writes amazing music, and it would be wonderful if she wrote me something to sing along with. So yeah, I would love to sing with Taylor Swift,” the 80-year-old singer. said the old interpreter. After Swift released her re-recorded version of “Love Story” shortly before Valentine’s Day, Warwick reclaimed it was her favorite Swift song.
As much as she likes to acknowledge other contemporary and industry heritage female artists, Warwick is happy to be among the nominees for the 2021 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The most gender inclusive ballot in Rock Hall history counts with seven women, including four black women, out of a total of 16 acts. Warwick’s cousin Whitney Houston was included in the Class of 2020 last fall, which Warwick’s son and music producer Damon Elliott voiced to Billboard It was a “shame” that Houston couldn’t witness it. Now, Warwick is “delighted” that the other recognized black women alongside her can live to see the day.
“All I can say is it’s about time,” he replied to a fan. “It’s about time some of these women I thought should have been there … How could Tina Turner not have been in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame? How? It’s crazy! Chaka Khan should have I’ve been there for a long time. A while ago, and it’s wonderful that Mary J. Blige is even nominated. Yeah, I’m excited about that … And I’m so happy that I was nominated as well. I hope they vote for me. “
See all of Warwick’s Q&A on Twitter at Billboardfeed here.