The singer was praised in December after jokingly asking Chance about his rap alias.
“Hi, @chancetherapper,” Warwick wrote. “If you are very obviously a rapper why did you put it in your stage name? I cannot stop thinking about this.”
She followed it up with another tweet that said: “I am now Dionne the Singer,” before adding that ‘Holy’, Chance’s recent collaboration with Justin Bieber, is one of her current favourite songs.
While Chance was just happy to be on Warwick’s radar, the pair have now teamed up for the charity duet ‘Nothing’s Impossible’ – with sales going towards the pair’s chosen charities.
— Dionne Warwick (@dionnewarwick) January 14, 2021
Warwick said in a new Twitter video: “Chance and I will be getting in the studio very, very soon. It’s gonna be a pleasure working with him and his organisation, called SocialWorks, as he’s working with mine, Hunger: Not Impossible.
“We’re going to try to do some wonderful things for people that are desperately in need… so keep your eyes and ears open, because we’re getting in that studio soon and we’re going to give you something that you cannot resist.”
Sharing the video, Chance added: “THIS IS GOING TO BE SO GOOD FOR SO MANY!! THANK YOU DIONNE THE SINGER!! WE GON MAKE A DIFFERENCE WITH THIS ONE (sic)!!”
Warwick previously said that the pair would be joined by The Weeknd on the track, although his involvement is yet to be confirmed.