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27 December 2011, 09:00 | Updated: 27 December 2011, 11:12
The 'Electric Earth' star tells Capital FM that he wants to team up with The X Factor judge.
Labrinth has said he wants to collaborate with Tulisa Contostavlos.
The 'Earthquake' rapper told Capital FM he was hoping to work with The X Factor judge and N-Dubz star on her debut solo album.
"It's to be confirmed. It might happen," he said.
"We did have talks about walking on her record, and I would love to work with her so it might just happen anyway.”
A collaboration won't be the first time the pair have worked together – they both appeared on the 2011 Children In Need charity single, 'Teardrop'.
Meanwhile, Labrinth is set to release his debut album 'Electric Earth' in March 2012.
The album will feature his Tinie Tempah-featuring collaboration 'Earthquake' and 'Let The Sunshine'.
A host of other artists have been linked to the album, although none of the names have yet to be confirmed.