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30 January 2012, 17:24
The 'Earthquake' rapper says he would definitely like to record an album with the 'Written In The Stars' rapper at some point.
Labrinth has admitted that a collaborative album between himself and Tinie Tempah could definitely happen in the future.
Tinie featured on the 'Let The Sun Shine' rapper's recent single 'Earthquake', after Labrinth himself featured on Tinie's 2010 hit 'Frisky, and he says they would definitely work together again.
"That would be funny. I think me and Tinie could do an album together pretty easily," Labrinth told Punchbowl Blog this week..
"It could happen and we'll see what happens in the future, but I think right now I'm trying to make a statement in my own right as Labrinth, and Tinie, with his second album, is trying to make a statement as well," the rapper explained.
"We're on our own little journeys right now, but it doesn't mean we won't cross paths again." He added. "I think that could definitely happen in the future."
Labrinth's new single 'Last Time' received its first play on Capital FM today (30th January) ahead of it's official release on 11th March.
The rapper is also due to launch his first solo album 'Electronic Earth' on 19th March.