Sigala wants to launch an online course to find "the next Calvin Harris".

Sigala wants to find the next Calvin Harris

Sigala wants to find the next Calvin Harris

The 'Wish You Well' producer - who worked with singer Becky Hill on the 2018 collaboration - has a keen eye for talent and he wants to use that to help developer the next generation of DJs and pop stars.

He told the Daily Star newspaper's Wired column: "I have quite a lot of followers who are into making music or they've just started making music and they want to learn more, and I love that side of it all.

"I have been thinking about doing an online production course, to sort of share some of the things I have learnt.

"I could be helping out the next Calvin Harris, you never know, they could be out there somewhere!"

Sigala - who had the likes of Kylie Minogue, French Montana, Nile Rodgers and The Vamps on his first album 'Brighter Days' in 2018 - also revealed how he loves finding new talent just as much as working with big names.

He explained: "I am so proud to be involved in people's careers at that point.

"Like Becky was smashing it but she'd never really come to a song front and centre, and been on the artwork or in the music video.

"I don't understand why that hadn't happened at that point. So I just wanted to help show the world how incredible she is and it's incredible to see."

Meanwhile, his most recent track 'Living Without You' - which features David Guetta and Sam Ryder - is continuing his goal of working with "really cool artists".

He added: "I have worked with some really cool, artists, some well known, some newer, I am really proud of it."