Adam Levine-Backed Rozzi Reveals Her Dream Collaborator

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Rozzi might be new to some people, but the 26-year-old singer has been on the music scene since she was 19 years old, and has already had some major star run-ins in a short amount of time. Not only was she discovered by Adam Levine, she’s also signed to his record label, and toured with him. So who else could she want to work with? A few big names actually, and we don’t blame her.

The young singer has yet to release a full-length record, although she is currently in the process of doing so, but she has already made a name for herself amongst music’s biggest names. In addition to touring with Maroon 5, she’s opened for Gavin DeGraw, and done backup vocals for Don Henley.

Even with so much star power already in her musical life, Rozzi has yet to collaborate with two key artists that are on her dream list. While talking with Ryan Seacrest on his show, On Air With Ryan Seacrest this week, the San Francisco native revealed her inspirations and dream collaboration partners, including Chris Stapleton.

“I listened to Chris Stapleton a lot writing this album,” Rozzi told Seacrest on his radio show, adding that she really wants to work with the country star. “And Beyoncé, of course. I watch her live videos before all my shows.”

While we wait for a possible collaboration between Rozzi and Chris Stapleton, or the queen, Beyoncé, you can listen to her new song, “Never Over You,” which is off her soon-to-be released debut record.

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