The drum and bass duo - comprised of Cameron Edwards and Joe Lenzie - have revealed the 'Love Me Like You Do' singer is at the top of the list of artists they want to collaborate with because she's ''different'' to other acts.
Joe exclusively told BANG Showbiz: ''There are tonnes of people that we really rate. A lot of it is all about the type of track we've got and whether someone's vocal would suit it. I mean we'd love to work with Ellie Goulding. That would be amazing because she's quite different and she's doing her own thing. And maybe some of the bigger US artists, it would be great to work with rappers like Jay Z or Kanye West.''
The pair's latest single sees them pair up with 19-year-old star Ella Henderson on 'Glitterball' and although they loved working with the chart-topping star, they also have their eye on teaming up with fellow Brit Adele.
Speaking about the musician's eagerly-anticipated third LP, Joe added: ''I mean, Adele would be amazing, I mean I heard she's got another album coming out, so being a part of that would be amazing.''
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