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27 March 2012, 15:11 | Updated: 27 March 2012, 17:55
The 'Earthquake' star tells Capital it would "insane" and would also cover David Bowie if he gets the chance to work outside earth.
Labrinth has told Capitalfm.com that he would love to be the first artist to record in space.
The 'Let The Sun Shine' star also admitted he make a special record just for the feat and would even cover David Bowie's 'Space Oddity'.
Speaking about recording in space, he confessed: "I love that – that sounds amazing. I would make a record, I would make a special record just for that. Or maybe do a cover of 'Ground control to major Tom'. That would be insane."
Earlier this year, it was rumoured Beyonce and Jay-Z had been approached to become the first artists to film a music video in space on Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic Craft.
Meanwhile, Labrinth has also left the door open for a collaboration with The Wanted after telling Capital the pair had plans to team up in the past.
Hear what Labrinth said when Capitalfm.com asked him if he would ever consider being the first artist to record in space below: