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The 'Sweet Nothing' producer is hopeful a team-up between the two will happen at some point.
Calvin Harris has revealed his ambition to record a song with Emeli Sande in the future.
The 'Let's Go' DJ and producer says he has spoken with the 'Next To Me' singer about doing a collaboration at some point, and says Emeli is "up for it".
"Yeah I mean if I was going to do another 'song' song, I'd really want to do it with Emeli Sande," Calvin revealed exclusively to Capital FM. "We've spoke about it and she's up for it.
"But folk like that are ridiculously busy," Calvin admitted. "I'm hoping it will happen. I know she's up for it so that would be amazing."
Emeli Sande picks up her MOBO Awards at the music industry event over the weekend:
Last month Calvin admitted that teaming up with Rihanna on "We Found Love' was the best decision he ever made for his music career because the song "changed absolutely everything".
Calvin Harris released his third studio album '18 Months' at the end of October, which features some of his recent hit singles including 'We'll Be Coming Back' with Example and 'Sweet Nothing' with Florence Welch.
Watch Calvin Harris talking to Capital FM about Emeli Sande below: