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9 March 2012, 16:26 | Updated: 9 March 2012, 16:28
The 'Last Time' star tells Capital FM that the pair are discussing their next project.
Labrinth has revealed that he is set to work with Tinie Tempah again.
The singer, who unveiled the video for new single 'Last Time' last month, said the pair had discussed working together during a recent phone conversation.
Labrinth famously produced Tinie's breakthrough hit 'Pass Out', as well as 'Frisky' from his debut album 'Disc-Overy'.
Speaking to Capital FM, he said he was still in regular contact with the 'Written In The Stars' rapper, who is set to release his second album 'Demonstration' later this year.
"He came to me and he asked me to work on a record. We're going to get in the studio very soon, so you'll probably hear some fresh new stuff from us," Labrinth said.
"We have been missing each other quite a bit. He called me the other day and was like, 'I'm so proud of you'.
"He said he saw the video [for 'Last Time'] and was like, 'Bro, this is amazing'. He's very, very supportive, so hopefully we're going to get back in and make some fresh new stuff."
Labrinth releases 'Last Time' on 18th March, followed by his debut solo album 'Electronic Earth' in April.
Listen to Labrinth talking to our Showbiz reporter Kevin Hughes below: