Paramore Singer Hayley Williams’ Dream Collaboration Is A Rapper

Paramore Hayley Williams

Paramore singer Hayley Nichole Williams was born on December 27, 1988. The lead vocalist and founding member of the rock band Paramore, she is also a renowned keyboard player. She released her first song, “Simmer,” on January 22, 2020. She co-founded the band Paramore at the age of 15 in 2004. Her net worth is around 10 million dollars

Hayley William collaborated with B.O.B. in 2010. They worked together on the song “Airplanes.” she expressed her wish to be a rock singer before the release of the song. She expressed this thought in a chat with Self Magazine.

After that, the interviewer mentioned another version of the song. The song includes a verse from Eminem. So interviewer inquired with Williams about his ideal music collaboration.

To answer this question, Hayley William replied “I want to collaborate with Eminem. But it might seem random because Paramore and Eminem are so different. That’s what makes it even cooler for me. I admired Eminem as one of the first rap artists. I loved Dr. Dre, and Eminem was just the coolest.”

Several months after the release of “Airplanes” it climbed to the top of the UK charts.  It became the first number-one single for the Paramore vocalist in the UK. The follow-up version of the song including Emineme earned a Grammy nomination for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals.

Williams and B.O.B presented ‘Airplanes’ at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards. They never had a face-to-face meeting with the “Rap God” singer about the track.  When she was asked about the collaboration, She stated her pride and simply said, “Both versions of the track are incredible. To be involved in it excites me!


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