Jonas Blue believes his career has helped him to suss out genuine people.
The DJ - whose real name is Guy James Robin - believes his career has enabled him to "read people" well and determine their true character and whether they are simply interested in him because of his fame.
Speaking to the Metro newspaper, he said: "You've got to be able to read people.
"Being a DJ, I've been able to read a lot of crowds over the years. If you were with someone, you'd be able to tell if they're genuine of not."
And the Perfect Strangers' hitmaker believes a new category should be made at prestigious awards ceremonies for artists like him, as he doesn't think he should be likened to groups such as Little Mix.
He continued: "Those guys need to understand that there's this scene we're part of an that it would be hard to put me in the same bracket as people like Little Mix because we're not the same artist,. That needs to speed up".
Meanwhile, The 27-year-old British star has revealed he is "working" on expanding his career and breaking USA, although he thinks it is "harder" for a British artist.
He explained: "I'm working on it. I think it's a lot harder when you're British trying to crack the US - they only let certain ones in."