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19 July 2012, 17:22
The 'Ill Manors' star says it would be "cool" to discover that the Prime Minister liked his songs.
Plan B has said he would be happy if Prime Minister David Cameron liked his music.
Last year, The Smiths' Johnny Marr blasted the Prime Minister after he revealed he loved the legendary Manchester ban's music, but Plan B has admitted that he would be happy for Cameron to be a fan.
"No, I think it would be cool if he said that. You can't treat politicians like they're some alien race," he said.
But Plan B – real name Ben Drew – said he was unlikely to return the compliment to the Prime Minister.
"But obviously I wouldn't go straight back and say, 'I really like David Cameron, too - let's have tea and f**king scones together', because that's never going to happen," he told Shortlist.
Plan B releases his new album 'Ill Manors' on 23rd July.
The album is taken from the rapper's directorial debut movie of the same name, which was praised by critics following its release this summer.