iDKHOW musician Dallon Weekes recently did a Q&A on Twitter, in which he responded to a fan asking whether Weekes would ever consider doing a collaboration with Twenty One Pilots.
Weekes responded to the tweet, sharing that he already has a song recorded with the band. However, he also shares he'll most likely never release it.
Check out the tweet below:
The response left some fans confused as to why that song would never see the light of day. Luckily, Dallon Weekes responded to another fan asking him about this collaboration.
Weekes said it would feel like taking advantage of how huge the band currently is, and he's rather not exploit a friend, especially since the song was written a long time ago, and just for fun.
What do you think? Would you have loved to hear the track?
Check out Dallon Weekes' second response in the tweet and share your thoughts with us on social media.
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