Tinie Tempah Hopes for Future Collaboration

Tinie Tempah has become one of the most popular black R’n’B stars within the UK. He offers a mix of different music which appeals to a large amount of people. Tempah has become popular for his music and excellent style sense. Well respected in the music business for always having time for his fans and for producing excellent music there are many artists that look up to the artist. This year has been a very good year for the artist with him being awarded heavily at awards ceremonies and he has also had numerous smash hits.

Tempah has enjoyed excellent success in the last few years, some of this is linked to the fact that he has worked with other major artist including JLS and Chase & Status. Records produced in collaboration often open up the target audience and provide music to different genre lovers.

Tinie Tempah has now revealed that there is on artist in particular that he would really like to work alongside. The artist would really like to involve Adele on his second album; this comes as little surprise too many people in the music business after Adele enjoyed phenomenal success in the last few years.

Tempah ahs stated that he would be very happy if the collaboration could happen. Both Adele and Tinie Tempah were recently nominated for the Mercury Prize but both missed out to PJ Harvey.

Nominees that performed at the awards included Tinie, James Blake, Katy B, Everything Everything, Aanna Calvi, Ghostpoet, Gwilym Simcock, Metronomy, PJ Harvey and King Creosote & Jon Hopkins.

Tempah has revealed that he has invested a lot of time into getting the collaboration with Adele. He stated that he attempts to make this happen everyday of the week due to the excellent vocals and lyrics that Adele can offer.

Adele, who is most certainly the hit of 2011, has enjoyed international success with her debut and second albums. It is likely that the artist will not be short of offers for work after numerous other artists hinted that they would like to work alongside her.

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