Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 28 May 2015

Chip's dreams of another Sande duet

Chip has revealed he would like to sing with Emeli Sande again.

The 22-year-old rapper, formerly known as Chipmunk, is hard at work on his third album and is keen to get back in the studio with the Scottish singer following their collaboration on 2009 single Diamond Rings.

"I'll be honest, I want to work with Emeli Sande again. A couple of people on the global scale as well. When I hear the song, I'll know the right voice for it but definitely Emeli - she's at the top of my list," he said at the Red 2 UK premiere.

"I just want to meet new people, new young kids, new established producers, everyone who is out and doing sick things at the moment," he added.

Chip, whose real name is Jahmaal Fyffe, continued: "I've been having fun and enjoying life. I needed time off the scene to get that feeling again, and watching everyone else like Wretch 32 and Tinie (Tempah) with their singles. But I'm coming back into the swing of things by the end of this year."

He later tweeted: "Don't worry... I'm coming!"

The album would follow his previous album Transition, released in 2011, and London Boy mixtape, which was out in December 2012.

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