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29 November 2012, 07:43
The 'Good Feeling' rapper is looking to collaborate with several new artists in the near future.
Flo Rida has named Beyonce and Rihanna as two artists he would love to work with soon to help take his career to the "next level".
The 'Wild Ones' rapper says he is also eyeing a team-up with hip-hop duo Outkast for his next album, as he wants to make sure he is around for "quite a while" by keeping his music new and current.
"I am a big fan of Outkast, you know, those guys definitely inspired me and a lot more hip-hop artists," Flo Rida revealed exclusively to Capital FM. "Right now, I would love to work with them, and do something with Beyonce and Rihanna.
"[Rihanna's] doing some amazing things and I just think that's next level for me," the 'Good Feeling' rapper explained. "Because in anything you do you always want to take your career to greater heights, especially if you look forward to being around for quite a while."
Last week saw Flo Rida perform on a bill also featuring artists like Carly Rae Jepsen and The Wanted as part of the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Parade around New York City.
Flo Rida teamed up with Carly Rae Jepsen for a duet at the MuchMusic Video Awards 2012 earlier this year, as seen below (Credit: PA):
Flo Rida launched his latest album 'Wild Ones' over the summer and is currently number one on the Vodafone Big Top 40 after featuring on Olly Murs' new single 'Troublemaker'.
Watch Flo Rida talking to Capital FM about potential future collaborations below: