Yungblud Names Three Late Singers He Would Like To Collaborate


Alternative rock singer Yungblud recently gave an interview to Audacy Music and revealed three rock legends he would like to collaborate with if they had not passed away.

Dominic Harrison, professionally known as Yungblud, initially appeared on the music scene with his songs ‘King Charles’ and ‘I Love You, Will You Marry Me’ in 2017. Then he released his debut studio album entitled ‘21st Century Liability‘ with the singles like ‘California’ and ‘Medication.’

In 2019, Yungblud collaborated with Halsey and the Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker on the track ’11 Minutes.’ The trio performed the song live at the iHeartRadio Music Awards. He also released ‘I Think I’m Okay’ with the rapper Machine Gun Kelly and Travis Barker the same year.

Yungblud became a part of the online event ‘A Bowie Celebration: Just for One Day’ in 2021 and made a cover version of the rocker’s 1971 song ‘Life On Mars?.’ The cover was chosen as a soundtrack for NASA’s Perseverance rover, which landed on Mars. In 2022, Yungblund released the single ‘The Funeral’ from the upcoming self-titled record. Ozzy Osbourne and Sharon Osbourne starred in the single’s music video.

It is not surprising that as a young rocker, Yungblud has been inspired by successful rockers and wishes to get a chance to work with them. During a recent interview, the musician revealed that he would like to collaborate with many musicians, but some have passed away. He said he would love to work with names such as Queen’s Freddie Mercury, David Bowie, and Velvet Underground’s Lou Reed if he had a chance.

Yungblud said the following asked whom he would like to collaborate with:

“There’s so many people dead Freddie Mercury, David Bowie, Lou Reed.”

You can check out the interview below.