Jelly Roll, JoJo Siwa, Agnez Mo & More Share Which Genre They’d Switch To | iHeart Radio Music Awards 2024

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Billboard’s very own Tetris Kelly asked artists like Jelly Roll, JoJo Siwa, Lainey Wilson, Doechii, Agnez Mo and more at the iHeartRadio Music Awards 2024 red carpet to see which genre they’d like to try to switch to and make an album if they could.

Tetris Kelly
With Beyoncé flipping it up with ‘Cowboy Carter,’ you know doing country music, what’s the genre you feel like you could jump into and make an album?

I’ve been doing country since like, man, 2012 I think, so you know I’ve been writing a lot of country songs. I’ve been doing a lot of things in that space for a long time, so I’m glad there’s more of our culture coming and mixing and just having a good time.

Jelly Roll
Me and Joyner Lucas have a big record out right now. It’s just incredible, man. I love hip-hop, always been a hip-hop fan too — you know me, man. I move like water, baby.

Lainey Wilson
Probably with the way that I talk and the way that I sing, I’m always gonna be country. But I mean, I’m all about kind of stepping outside of my comfort zone and as long as it’s telling a story and making people feel something to make people feel at home, you can call it whatever you want to call it. We’ll see what happens.

Tetris Kelly
I want to see some dance pop from you, Lainey.

Lainey Wilson
I don’t know now. I can do the stanky legg and that’s about it.

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