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Aitch has written a Liam Gallagher collab, but he’s waiting for him to accept it

"I've got in my files and I'm waiting for him to sing it!"

By Nick Reilly

Aitch (Picture: Cosmo Webber)

Aitch has revealed that he’s written a potential collaboration with Liam Gallagher, but he just needs the legendary singer to accept it.

The Manchester rapper, real name Harrison Armstrong, revealed his hopes of a collaboration with the former Oasis singer as he spoke to Rolling Stone UK on the red carpet at the BRIT Awards 2022.

“I’d love to collaborate with Liam and he’s performing. Well, him and Adele but I’d genuinely collaborate with everyone,” he said.

Making it even more of a proposition for LG, Aitch explained that he has their potential collab already wrapped up.

“I’ve got it. I’ve got it in my files and I’m waiting for him to sing it! I’ve wrote it, he doesn’t even need to do anything. He just needs to come in and sing my words, man.”

It comes after Aitch previously said he would offer Gallagher an eye-watering £7 million to appear on his next record.

While Gallagher is yet to accept the proposition, he gave a debut live airing to new single ‘Everything’s Electric’ at tonight’s ceremony.

Other highlights to emerge from the ceremony included Ed Sheeran and current Rolling Stone UK cover stars Bring Me The Horizon teaming up to open the BRIT Awards with an unlikely cover of Sheeran‘s ‘Bad Habits’.

The Sheffield band added a hard rock edge to Sheeran’s 2021 track, the first to be taken from his third album ‘=’.

Adele has so far won the Best Song Award for ‘Easy On Me’, while Dua Lipa has picked up the award for Best Pop/RnB act. Other winners include Sam Fender for Best Alternative/Rock Act, while Wolf Alice have picked the award for Group of the Year.

Elsewhere at tonight’s ceremony, host Mo Gilligan told Rolling Stone UK why he won’t be giving celebrities a brutal roasting.