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30 November 2011, 12:20 | Updated: 30 November 2011, 12:42
The X Factor judge says she is hoping to work with the two rappers on her next studio album.
Kelly Rowland has admitted she would love to collaborate with both Kanye West and Drake.
The 'Down For Whatever' singer said she isdefinitely hoping to work with the two rappers on one of her future album.
"I would love a nice collaboration with Drake" Kelly told RWD magazine. "I would have loved for him to do a remix for 'Keep It Between Us'.
"Maybe my fans can start a campaign to let him know that because I've already let him know. So we'll see what he comes back with."
The X Factor judge also praised Kanye West's music, and admitted a collaboration with the pair was something she is already considering.
"I would love to work with Kanye. We haven't managed to speak about it yet but I would still love to as I love his creative expression."
Kelly added that she feels the reason this year's panel on The X Factor works so well is because each of their opinions are valued and "everybody has a different point of view".
The 'Commander' singer has said taking her new album on tour will be her priority for 2012.
Kelly Rowland released her third studio album 'Here I Am' on Monday (28th November).