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30 January 2012, 19:46 | Updated: 30 January 2012, 19:54
The 'Let The Sun Shine' rapper says he is ready to start producing for other artists again now his debut album is complete.
Labrinth has revealed plans to potentially collaborate with artists including Cheryl Cole and Kelly Rowland over the next year.
The 'Earthquake' rapper, who is due to launch his first solo album in March, says he finally has the time to work with several artist now his record is done.
"This year, the production doors are open, I'm going to go in!" Labrinth announced during an interview with Punchbowl Blog. "I've had calls from Cheryl Cole, Kelly Rowland.
"If I believe I can deliver and give them something that would be special for them then we can make it happen," he explained. "I'm excited."
When asked who his dream collaboration would be with, the 'Let The Sun Shine' rapper named Kanye West as his ideal recording studio partner.
"It wouldn't be a bad thing to meet Kanye West," Labrinth said. "He's a bit extreme and a bit eccentric, but I love that about him.
He added: "I think he's got an amazing talent and it would be great to meet him."
Labrinth will release his third single 'Last Time' on 11th March while debut album 'Electronic Earth' will follow on 19th March.