Anne-Marie would love to collaborate with Alanis Morissette. She makes this wish, hoping someone can make it come true!
The ‘Friends’ hitmaker said that she has always admired the ‘Ironic’ hitmaker and hopes to work on a song with the 48-year-old pop icon.
She would also like to work with Kendrick Lamar and Khalid.
She told HELLO! magazine that Alanis Morissette was her main songwriting inspiration when she was younger. She then expressed an interest in working with her.
Her options for collaboration do not stop with Alanis Morisette.
She also mentioned Kendrick Lamar and Khalid as artists she admires because they are so good at what they do. It would be incredible just to have their feedback on a piece of my music.
Previously, the celebrity worked with James Arthur, Niall Horan, and, most recently, ‘Aitch’ on their top 20 hit ‘PSYCHO.’ Meanwhile, Anne-Marie recently compared recording with Niall to working with Ed Sheeran. The ‘Don’t Play’ singer claimed that his ‘Our Song’ duet partner possesses “many” of the same “qualities” as the ‘Shape of You’ hitmaker.
She described the former One Direction member as “kind, charming, and easygoing.” He reminds her a lot of Ed Sheeran because he possesses many of Ed’s characteristics and is extremely talented. When he walked into the studio, he grabbed his guitar, and that’s the first instrument she’ll hear when she listens to the track.
Alanis Morisette may be interested in working with Anne-Marie. She recently changed her image to be more appealing to younger generations. Singing with Anne-Marie can also help you gain new fans. Alanis Morissette, a Canadian musician and grunge icon, dominated the Billboard Hot 100 charts in the 1990s, as anyone over 30 will remember. Morissette was dubbed “Queen of Alt-Rock Anger” by Rolling Stone, and with the release of her third studio album “Jagged Little Pill,” she reworked her pristine pop image with soul-splicing lyrics and heavy rock influence.
The album sold over 33 million copies, and Morrisette won her first two Grammys for Album of the Year and Best Rock Album at the 38th Grammy Awards ceremony in 1996. Years after “Jagged Little Pill” debuted, Morissette’s rough vocals and intricate storytelling – a collaborative songwriting effort with producer Glen Ballard – drew in new listeners.
If members of Generation Z are unfamiliar with Morissette’s legacy, she has reinvented herself with the same-named Tony Award-winning jukebox musical.