Labrinth Says 'Earthquake' All Star Remix Was A Song He Always Wanted To Make – Video

3 April 2012, 17:07 | Updated: 3 April 2012, 17:17

The 'Let The Sun Shine' star tells that it was "insane" and is glad people have been enjoying the track.

Labrinth has confessed that his 'Eathquake' all star remix which features Tinie Tempah, Kano, Wretch 32 and Busta Rhymes and is included on the deluxe version of his debut album 'Electronic Earth' was a song he always wanted to make.

The 'Last Time' star told that it was fun to join forces with artists he really enjoyed listening to.

He said: "We just wanted to have a bit of fun. Me and my manager we've always kind of thought that we want to put a record together where we get loads of artists on one record and just have fun with it and a lot of artists kept on calling me up and saying 'I love the record' I wish I was doing that verse.

"So we just got a few of the people that we really enjoyed on a few records, like of course Kano, Wretch 32, Tinie Tempah – and he [Tinie] did a special verse for the new Earthquake, I changed my whole verse and I became a rapper on this song – and it was just nice to get all these guys on there and totally go insane on this record. But, it's going down well and it's a crazy record."

Meanwhile, the star has been working in the studio recently with R&B superstar Usher after the 'OMG' star frist told Capital of their collaboration which will feature on the American singer.s new studio.

You can watch a video of Labrinth talking to about his all star remix of 'Earthquake' below.

Labrinth's debut album 'Electronic Earth' is out now.