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9 October 2013, 16:14
The 'Children Of The Sun' rapper says he always looks for team-ups that no one would expect.
Tinie Tempah has named UK indie band Arctic Monkeys as one of the acts he would most like to collaborate with in the future.
The 'Pass Out' rapper has worked with a host of big-name stars in the past, including Ellie Goulding and Swedish House Mafia, but says his aim with team-ups is simply to push boundaries.
"When it comes to collaborations there's no boundaries basically," Tinie told Gigwise this week, when asked who he wants to work with next. "Arctic Monkeys, especially after their last record," the 'Pass Out' star revealed when pressed to name a dream team-up. "I'd love to work with them.
"I just feel like when you collaborate with somebody, especially in this day and age where music is so fickle and people always want to hear new things, I think more and more creative, and the more far-fetched, you can make your collaboration the better," Tinie explained.
The UK rapper's previous single 'Trampoline' featured rapper 2 Chainz while next single 'Children Of The Sun' features guest singer John Martin.
Check out a picture of Tinie on stage at iTunes Festival 2013 last month below (Credit: iTunes):
Tinie Tempah launches new album 'Demonstration' on 4th November.