August 18, 2011 17:53
Cheryl Cole set to work with David Guetta on her new album
Will.i.am is reportedly set on getting the two together in the studio
Cheryl Cole is set to work with dance producer David Guetta according to tabloid reports today (August 18).
The Girls Aloud singer is currently preparing to record the follow up to her second solo album 'Messy Little Raindrops' and is being looked after by Black Eyed Peas man Will.i.am.
Guetta, who has collaborated with Rihanna, Taio Cruz, Madonna and is set to record with Jessie J in the coming months, has not confirmed that he has been approached, but according to Daily Mirror is onboard for the project.
A source said of the potential collaboration:
Cheryl will be a top solo star in the US, if Will has anything to do with it. The man is so well connected, and he sleeps, breathes and eats music. He has a studio at home in which he is trying out new sounds for Cheryl. He wants the best and is very picky. David is an old friend and has produced some of the best dance anthems of the past few years, so it’s a good place to start.
Guetta currently has two songs in the UK singles top 20.
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