After recording her second album in the US, the 'All About Tonight' singer is keen to collaborate with fellow British stars for her next record.
She said: "Me and Ed are going to try to do some writing together. I joined him on stage at one of his shows recently so we have vowed to start writing some songs next.
"Jessie J too, we were meant to have a writing session years ago but our schedules didn't meet. We have to try and make it happen at last."
Pixie did, however, have a great experience making new album 'Young Foolish Happy' in California, in particular getting to work with soul legend Stevie Wonder on one song.
She added to the Daily Star newspaper: "We met through a friend and I found it all overwhelming. When we met he held my hand for ages; I guess it's just to feel your aura. We wrote a song called 'Stevie on the Radio' and he played harmonica on it.
"I'm thinking about my next tour. I always sing Stevie's 'Isn't She Lovely' live so I'd like to do more covers of his."
'Young Foolish Happy' is released on November 14.