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31 January 2012, 17:19 | Updated: 31 January 2012, 17:21
The 'Last Time' rapper reveals that the pair met up at his London studio.
Labrinth has admitted that a collaboration between Tinie Tempah and Adele could happen this year.
Earlier this month, the 'Pass Out' rapper revealed he had begun talks about a duet with Adele, but said the pair hadn't finalized anything because of their busy schedules.
However, speaking to Capital FM, Labrinth hinted that it was possible the collaboration could happened in 2012.
"They actually did come down and we talked about doing that, so it might just end up happening this year," he said.
"You never know, they might just call me and be like, 'Lab you need to help us create this baby'."
Meanwhile, Labrinth unveiled his brand new single 'Last Time' earlier this week.
The track is the third single to be taken from the rapper and producer's forthcoming debut solo album 'Electronic Earth'.
You can hear Labrinth speaking to our Showbiz reporter Kevin Hughes below.