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11 April 2012, 11:04 | Updated: 11 April 2012, 11:11
The 'Earthquake' star admits it's a "privilege" to work with the R&B star.
Labrinth has revealed details on his recent collaborations with Usher.
The 'Let The Sun Shine' singer told the Daily Star that it has been a "privillige" to work with the 'OMG' star and confessed the songs the pair have been working on have good melodies.
He said: "It's a serious privilege to work with Usher. We've got two firing records I'm working on for him. Can’t say too much about them but they've got very good melodies."
Usher first revealed that he was teaming up the British star last month in an interview with Capitalfm.com after he admitted he was an admirer of the 'Last Time' star's work.
Meanwhile, Labrinth recently released his debut album 'Electronic Earth' and recently confessed that he was hoping to team up with Cheryl Cole and Rihanna very soon.