Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Anthony Kiedis to collaborate with Harry Styles?

Kiedis has a song 'that could be great for young Harry'

Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman Anthony Kiedis has extended an offer of collaboration to ex-One Direction singer Harry Styles.

Styles was recently reported to have signed a solo deal with Columbia Records, the label that released his former boy band’s music in the US.

Kiedis, whose band headlined Reading and Leeds Festivals last month, has told The Sun that he has unused songs that are Styles’ if he wants them.


“We’ve got 20-30 songs that didn’t make the album and are on the cutting room floor,” Kiedis said. “There’s one that could be great for young Harry.”


Meanwhile, RHCP bassist Flea has reacted to a Fox News host’s negative comments about the band. Anchor Greg Gutfeld recently labelled the group the “worst band on the planet”.

Speaking to NME at Reading Festival, Flea said: “I remember seeing a poll recently that said people who watch Fox News knew less about world affairs than people who watch no news at all. It’s clearly a funny programme. It doesn’t faze me, not really.”

“I heard that. It’s funny. I don’t care. They’re all welcome to hate us. God bless ’em.”