Giveon Hopes to Duet with Adele on 'Strong, Powerful Ballad' — Hear His Grammys Message to Her
Giveon is ready for a team-up with Adele.
While walking the red carpet at the 64th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday evening, the musician, 27, opened up about how he wants to work on a collaboration with the "Hello" singer, 33.
After Laverne Cox, who was hosting Live from E!: Grammys special, told him she is "all about manifestation," she asked Giveon about what his dream collab would potentially sound like, should the two ever work together.
"Adele, if you're watching, I would love to just do a strong, powerful ballad with you," Giveon detailed, looking into the camera. "That's it."
"We could talk about the specifics once we're there, but that's it. I'm putting it out [there]," he added. "It's out there ... she has to know."
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Adele previously showed her love for Giveon's music when she was captured singing along to his song "Heartbreak Anniversary" while they both attended a birthday party for Savannah James, the wife of LeBron James, last year.
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In a clip, which was shared online by an Adele fan account, the singer swayed back and forth as she sang along to his tune.
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That same night, Adele was also captured singing and dancing along to Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion's "WAP" during the evening's festivities.
The 30 artist was spotted sitting on a platform and bopping along to the raunchy track as a nearby dancer strutted around a pole. LeBron, 37, shared footage of the moment on his Instagram Story at the time.
The 64th Annual Grammy Awards, hosted by Trevor Noah, are airing and streaming live on Sunday from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.