Aitch has offered Liam Gallagher £7million to feature on his upcoming debut album.
The Manchester rapper is set to release his debut full-length record next year, and has set his eyes on a huge collaboration.
Taking to Twitter, presumably with tongue in cheek, he wrote: “I will pay £7 Million for you to be on my album @liamgallagher.”
Gallagher has yet to respond to the proposal.
Aitch recently released his latest track ‘Party Round My Place’, which featured Avelino and Toddla T. It was his third lead track of 2021, following June’s ‘Learning Curve’ and August’s ‘GSD’. In October, he also collaborated with Coventry rapper Pa Salieu on the single ‘Bad’.
Gallagher, meanwhile, recently jokingly admitted to being “jealous” of an Oasis cover band’s three-day, snow-enforced pub lock-in.
Taking to Twitter in characteristically colourful form the frontman acknowledged the travails of Noasis, who were stranded at the Tan Hill Inn in Richmond last month after a Friday night gig there.
Noasis, who have performed the Manchester legends’ catalogue around the world since forming in 2006, found themselves unable to leave The Tan Hill Inn after their Friday night show, with Storm Arwen bringing blizzard conditions to the area. Fallen power cables made nearby roads impassable, meaning that the band – along with 60-plus pub patrons in attendance and seven staff – couldn’t leave the Inn until Monday (November 29).
Liam’s third album, ‘C’mon You Know’, will be released on May 27, 2022. He’ll headline a stadium tour in support of it next summer, with an emotional two-night, sold-out return to Knebworth in the books for June 3 and 4.