Wretch 32 is considering recording a whole album with Ed Sheeran.
The 'Don't Go' rapper - who collaborated with the 'A Team' hitmaker on his forthcoming single 'Hush Little Baby' - is keen to work with the flame-haired singer on future projects, although he admits doing a whole album would not be easy, due to the complicated nature of the music industry.
He exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "We will definitely be doing some more songs. I wouldn't say no to doing an album with Ed, he's definitely talented. It's just being on two different record labels - I don't even know if this is allowed."
The 27-year-old star admits his and Ed's forthcoming track was the "fans favourite" from his 'Black and White' album, but they took their time to release it because of the "politics" involved.
He added: "It's a real personal record, we are really pleased with it. On the album it was the fans' favourite so it was only right to bring it out. We took our time to release it because it depended on what Ed was releasing at the time, it's so political in this industry. So we found a time when it was quieter.
"It was cool working with him again. We've been working together for a while."