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29 March 2012, 08:24 | Updated: 29 March 2012, 08:47
The 'Take Care' rapper says he is just waiting for the call to work on a full studio album with Rihanna at some point in the future.
Drake has admitted he would love to make a whole album with Rihanna and says he would do some "great writing" with the 'We Found Love' singer.
The 'Miss Me' rapper has previously collaborated with Rihanna on her 2011 single 'What's My Name?', as well as his recent track 'Take C are', and says he can't wait to get back in the studio with her at some point.
"Yeah, I mean anytime she wants to work I'm there, you know," Drake told Capital FM's showbiz reporter Kevin Hughes yesterday (28th March). "I've always urged her to let me come and really work on an album for her, with her.
"I feel like I could do some great writing for her," he continued. "Actually the Rita Ora song that's out right now was originally for Rihanna.
"I've got some great ideas so, you know, hopefully when the time is right she'll send me that text or call me up and say, 'Hey let's get in the studio for a month and make an album', and we can do it."
The 'Headlines' rapper is due to continue his current UK tour this evening with a performance at Sheffield's Motorpoint Arena.
Drake and Rihanna are expected to premiere the music video for their single 'Take Care' at some point later today (29th March).
Listen to a clip of Drake talking about working on a full album with Rihanna to Capital FM's showbiz reporter Kevin Hughes below: