Joe Jonas has revealed he would like to record a duet with Adele.
The 22-year-old, better known for singing in the Jonas Brothers with siblings Kevin and Nick, said he's listening to a lot of British music at the moment.
"[My dream collaborations would be] Maybe British artists like Adele, Tinie Tempah, then Kanye West and Foster The People, something a little different from what I'm used to. That way it shows a different side to the music that I am making," he said.
"The current UK music scene is really amazing, it's definitely getting better and better. Every time I'm here I find new artists and things that I really love listening to."
Joe, whose solo debut album Fastlife is out now, said his brothers were "supportive" of his solo career.
"They're incredible and I'm really thankful for the fact that they're happy for me to take my time and do my thing, it's the best feeling," he continued.
With Nick also pursuing his own solo works, the singer insisted it won't be the end of the Jonas Brothers.
"We're still going to be doing Jonas Brothers stuff - nothing yet is planned, no specific stuff for when we're going to make our next album, we're just taking our time with it," he said.
"My brothers are doing their own individual things - Nick is going to be on Broadway next year so it all depends on what our schedules look like."