Tabloid reports suggest rapper met up with mega-selling songstress last week

Jay-Z and Adele could be set for a future collaboration, according to tabloid reports today (June 28).

It is reported in The Sun that the rapper, who was in the country with wife Beyonce for her headline appearance at Glastonbury, is said to have met up with the ’21’ singer to discuss future plans.

A source told the red top: “Jay-Z has been making the most of his trip over here. It’s not often he is overwhelmed by people when he meets them, but Adele was on top form as usual. She talked him under the table. He was chuckling all the way through their chat.”

They went on: “He’s keen to work with her, whether it’s producing or writing together. She was a huge hit in the States and he believes they could make a massive record together.”

The singer is thought to have told Jay-Z to check out Paolo Nutini‘s set at Glastonbury, which he duly did, as he was photographed side of stage during the Scottish crooner’s show.

Adele has already recorded one rap collaboration this year already, having lent her vocals to an as-yet unreleased track from Tinie Tempah.