It seems like no one can stop British singer Harry Styles from becoming the world’s biggest artist within a year, as he now has the major support of star rapper Jay Z.
In a recent interview, the 46-year-old rapper said that he wanted to help the ‘Night Changes’ hit-maker to become the biggest artist, adding that he is interested in signing him as a solo artist to his label Roc Nation, News.com.au reports.
Talking about the hurdles, Jay Z further said that he faced a challenge from the band’s current boss Simon Cowell, offering the ‘X Factor’ supremo a “joint venture” instead.
He pointed out that the band has refused to release solo albums after they will go on an extended hiatus from March this year.
The ’99 Problems’ hit-maker, said that he will get the 21-year-old singer to work with the biggest artists, biggest producers, adding that the he would help the singer to make enough money.
Notably, Cowell brought Styles, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson and Niall Horan together as a band at the boot camp stage of ‘X Factor’ in 2010.
They were signed to his label Syco Music, under Sony Music Entertainment.