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19 December 2011, 15:49
The 'Take Care' star is excited to head into the studio to work on the teen sensations second studio album in 2012.
Drake has admitted that he "can't wait" to work on the follow up to Justin Bieber's debut album 'My World'.
The rapper told the crowd at Stevie Wonder's House Full Of Toys benefit concert in Los Angeles that he was excited for the two artists to finally work together.
"Me and [Justin] are going in the studio in January to work on his new album, so I'm excited about that," he said.
The teen sensation had previously announced that he promised his "big bro" Drake a collaboration on the upcoming 'Believe' record which is expected sometime in 2012.
During the Cali Christmas Concert in California on Friday (16th December) Justin joined Drake and Lil Wayne on stage.
Announcing his arrival, Drake said: "Please welcome my brother to the stage. 'I've known that kid for a long time. One of the most talented musicians I know. I brought Justin Bieber out to do some gangsta sh*t."
Drake recently extended his 2012 UK Arena tour following an overwhelming demand for tickets.