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26 June 2013, 15:19
The 'Turn Around' singer reveals he and the 'Express Yourself' star have recorded a new a song together.
Conor Maynard has seemingly confirmed collaborations with both Labrinth and Travie McCoy on his upcoming second album.
The 'Can't Say No' singer-songwriter has been hard at work on his next studio outing for the past several months, and has revealed he and Labrinth have teamed up on one song.
Conor confirmed he and the 'Earthquake' singer have already worked together on a song for the follow-up to his 2012 debut 'Contrast'.
"The new album is coming on well," Conor confirmed to the Daily Star this week. "I've done a few things with Labrinth.
"And I bumped into Travie McCoy in New York," the 'Vegas Girl' singer added, hinting at a potential collaboration with the 'Billionaire' rapper.
Check out a picture of Conor hanging out with Labrinth and Emeli Sande at Wango Tango 2013 below (Credit: Twitter):
Earlier this week Conor promised fans his next album will be "worth the wait", while also teasing a more grown-up direction to the record's sound.
Conor Maynard has scored a string of huge chart hits over the past year including 'Turn Around' with Ne-Yo, 'Animal' and his debut 'Can't Say No'.