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9 March 2012, 12:25
The 'Bonkers' star says he is keen to reignite his relationship with 'We Found Love' producer.
Dizzee Rascal has admitted that he is keen to work with Calvin Harris again on his new album.
The British rapper, who released his last record 'Tongue N' Cheek' in 2009, said he had spoken to the producer about the collaboration.
Dizzee and Calvin previously worked together on the song 'Dance Wiv Me' and 'Holiday'.
Speaking to The Sun about his as-yet-untitled new album, Dizzee replied: "I spoke to Calvin the other day actually. He's gonna send me some beats.
"He's doing big things. I got in there before Rihanna.
"I've also got a song produced by Erick Morillo, which should be this album's 'Bonkers'."
Dizzee has yet to confirm when he plans to release his new album.
Meanwhile, this week saw Calvin Harris unveil his new song 'Let's Go' featuring Ne-Yo.