Courtney Love ‘would Love To Do A Duet With Jay Z’ On New Album

Jay Z announces North American leg of world tour

Get Entertainment Newsletters: Subscribe Follow: Courtney Love , Courtney Love 99 Problems , Courtney Love Gwyneth Paltrow , Courtney Love Jay z , Courtney Love Jay-z Duet , Courtney Love Katy Perry , Courtney Love New Album , Courtney Love New Music , Courtney Love Smells Like Teen Spirit , Courtney Love Wants To Duet With Jay z , Scott Lipps , Entertainment News Courtney Love has a reputation for being independent, but she’s jonesing for a splashy collaboration on her long-gestating new album. The first single will be out this winter, along with Love’s memoir, but the singer told New York magazine at Hole drummer Scott Lipps’ book launch Monday that she needs something “modern” — and that’s where Jay Z comes in. “We have the single, which comes out when my book comes out this winter. But we’re missing a song that’s modern. … I would love to do a duet with Jay Z,” Love said. “Wouldn’t that be great? [Gwyneth Paltrow] asked him if he heard my version of ’99 Problems’ and he said it was brilliant, so…” We’re betting on Love to make this happen, because it could just lead to a masterpiece. Like Jay Z supposedly said, her “99 Problems” update was pretty brilliant. Plus, Hova kind of owes it to the 49-year-old rocker, who gave him permission to use Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit” in his Justin Timberlake duet “Holy Grail.” Love and Jay could be the next addition to our list of unexpected collaborations. In the meantime, head over to New York magazine’s The Cut to see what Love had to say about Katy Perry being “boring” and her good friend Paltrow’s recent Vanity Fair controversy . Loading Slideshow Nelly and Tim McGraw – “Over And Over” Linkin Park and Jay-Z – “Numb/Encore” (and the entire “Collision Course” album) Eminem and Elton John – “Stan” Bone Thugs-N-Harmony and Phil Collins – “Take Me Home” Five and Queen – “We Will Rock You” Jack White and Alicia Keys – “Another Way to Die” Jonas Brothers and Common – “Don’t Charge Me For The Crime” Kanye West and Justin Vernon – “Lost In The World” Pharoahe Monch, Wyclef Jean and Kenny Rogers – “Dub Plate” Outkast and Norah Jones – “Take Off Your Cool” The Flaming Lips, Ke$ha and Biz Markie – “2012 (You Must Be Upgraded)” Coldplay and Rihanna – “Princess Of China” Weezer and Lil Wayne – “Can’t Stop Partying” Cee Lo Green and Gwyneth Paltrow – “Forget You” Snoop Lion and Miley Cyrus – “Ashtrays and Heartbreaks” Contribute to this Story:

19 in Seattle. As we await the start of the tours, let’s take a look back at some of their most memorable performances. Here, Kanye West and Jay Z perform during a concert as part of their ‘Watch the Throne’ tour in June 2012 in Paris. Guillaume Baptiste, AFP/Getty Images Though Miley Cyrus undoubtedly stole the show, West gave the crowd an artistic rendition of ‘Blood on the Leaves’ at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards at the Barclays Center in New York on Aug. 25. Charles Sykes, Invision/AP The couple that performs together, stays together. Jay Z joins his wife, Beyonce, onstage during her “Mrs. Carter Show World Tour 2013” in August at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Robin Harper, Invision for Parkwood Entertainment Jay Z seems downright giddy to be headlining the Wireless Festival in London in July. Jim Ross, Invision/AP Remember Kanye’s leather skirt phase? The rapper performs at ’12-12-12,’ a concert benefiting the Robin Hood Relief Fund to aid the victims of Hurricane Sandy in December 2012 in New York City. Larry Busacca, Getty Images for Clear Channel Out of the mist, Kanye West performs at the Samsung Galaxy Notes II launch in New York in October 2012. 13thWitness Getty Images for Samsung Jay Z performs the inaugural concert at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn in September 2012. Evan Agostini, Invision/AP Jay Z performs his ‘Made In America’ music festival in September 2012 in Philadelphia. Charles Sykes, Invision/AP Looking dapper in a white Tom Ford dinner jacket, Jay Z performs at Carnegie Hall to benefit the United Way of New York City and his Shawn Carter Foundation in February 2012 in New York City. Kevin Mazur, WireImage All of the lights! Kanye West performs on stage at Big Day Out in January 2012 in Sydney, Australia. Mark Metcalfe, Getty Images Kanye West checks out a model during a performance at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in New York in November 2011. Can you blame him? Emile Wamsteker for USA TODAY Kanye West performs in an all-white ensemble at Mawazine Festival in Rabat, Morocco, in May 2011. Abdeljalil Bounhar, AP Jay Z co-headlined two concerts at Yankee Stadium with Eminem in September 2010. The duo also performed two shows in Detroit at the Tigers’ Comerica Stadium. Jason DeCrow, AP Kanye West performs ‘Runaway’ during the MTV Video Music Awards in September 2010 in Los Angeles. Besides a few ballet dancers, the five-minute performance was mostly unadorned and all about the music. Kevin Winter, Getty Images Jay Z looks out on the crowd as he performs at the Oxegen music festival at Punchestown race course in Ireland in July 2010. Niall Carson, AP Hova! Jay Z throws up the symbol at a concert celebrating the launch of the video game ‘DJ Hero’ in Los Angeles in June 2009. Matt Sayles, AP Check out that hair! Kanye West performs at President Obama’s inauguration in January 2009 in Washington. Abby Brack, Getty Images Kanye West, left, and Auto-Tune obsessor T-Pain perform during ‘Rolling Stone’ magazine’s 40th anniversary VIP party at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas in September 2007. Matt Sayles, AP Kanye West made popular shutter shades, a not-so-vision-friendly fashion statement. Here, the rapper performs in London in June 2007. Leon Neal, AFP/Getty Images They’re crazy in love!