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14 May 2012, 07:12
The pair have reportedly collaborated on a track entitled 'Screw You' which will feature on the Girls Aloud star's latest record.
Cheryl Cole has reportedly teamed up with rapper Wretch 32 on her new album 'A Million Lights'.
The Daily Star reports that the pair have collaborated on a song called 'Screw You' as the Girls Aloud singer is a huge fan of the fellow British star.
"Cheryl is a big fan of Wretch's album and was really keen to get him involved," admitted a source to the publication. "She wanted a British rapper and was delighted when he agreed to do it."
The 'Parachute' singer has already confirmed that she has worked with Lana Del Rey and Will.i.am on the album and admitted she believes she has "grown" as an artist.
She confessed: "I've grown as a person and an artist. You can hear that in my music. I feel brand new. I don't care if people know I wrote six songs on the first album or not.
"It can take a lifetime to master your craft and for me that's getting on stage and entertaining the crowd with a song. I live for that. Sometimes for a songwriter that's their worst nightmare. This album feels like a match made in heaven, being able to work with some amazing talent."
Cheryl Cole is set to release her brand new album 'A Million Lights' on 18th June and is also planning a comeback with Girls Aloud later this year with a new charity single rumoured for a November release.