Tinie Tempah reveals Adele has recorded a 'filthy' rap

However, Adele has threatened to sue if he ever plays it to anyone

Tinie Tempah reveals Adele has recorded a 'filthy' rap

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Tinie Tempah has revealed that Adele recorded a "filthy" rap while he was working in the studio with Labrinth a couple of years ago.

The singer apparently showed off her flow while Tempah and Labrinth were recording 'Earthquake', their Number Two hit single from 2011.

"She was with me and Labrinth in the studio when he recorded 'Earthquake'," Tempah recalled during an interview on Alan Carr: Chatty Man last night (November 1). "Nobody really knows this. She recorded a rap and she told us that if we ever played it to anyone she would sue us. So when you talk to her next, ask her about the rap. It is really filthy as well."

Tempah also revealed that Adele "helped me pick some of the songs" for new album 'Demonstration', which is released this Monday (November 4). The album, Tempah's follow-up to his 2010 debut 'Disc-Overy', features guest appearances from 2 Chainz, Big Sean, Labrinth, Laura Mvula and Emeli Sandé.

The rapper will support the album with an 11-date UK arena tour this December (2013), culminating in a massive show at London's O2 Arena on December 18.

Tinie Tempah will play:

Aberdeen AECC (December 2)
Manchester Phones 4u Arena (5)
Leeds First Direct Arena (6)
Nottingham Capital FM Arena (8)
Glasgow Hydro (9)
Newcastle Arena (11)
Liverpool Echo Arena (12)
Cardiff Motorpoint Arena (13)
Bournemouth BIC (15)
Birmingham LG Arena (16)
London 02 Arena (18)


To check the availability of Tinie Tempah tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0844 858 6765 .

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