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30 January 2012, 07:09 | Updated: 30 January 2012, 07:14
The 'Earthquake' star admits the pair have spoken about teaming up and is "sure" something will take place.
Labrinth has confessed that he could be set to team up with Tulisa Contostavlos on her forthcoming debut solo album.
The 'Let The Sunshine' star revealed to MTV that he has already spoken to the N-Dubz star in the past and feels confident that the pair will team up soon.
"We talked about working together but we haven't done it yet. We just threw a few things together.
"I was working with a writer called Ali Tennat - I think he's worked with the likes of Jessie J - and we threw down a few ideas but it's not really been confirmed yet.
"Me and Tulisa will probably talk soon. I've known Tulisa for ages and I'm sure something will happen."
Last week, Tulisa admitted to Capital FM that she is "ready" to release her first solo single and it would likely debut in the next couple of months.
Meanwhile, Labrinth will release his first studio album 'Electronic Earth' on 19th March.