JLS have revealed their plans to approach Young Money's Drake for a possible collaboration.
The 'Proud' singers are working up the courage to ask the Young Money rapper for a feature on their next album, while he is currently in the UK on his Club Paradise tour.
Recently engaged star Marvin Humes said: "We'd love to do a record with Drake and we're going to approach him to feature on our next single as it has to be our best yet."
The foursome, who are due to wrap up their hugely successful UK tour next month, are also planning to head stateside immediately after to begin work on the fourth studio album, and plan to hit up Drizzy while they are out there.
"Our fourth album is pivotal to our career. While we're very proud of what we've achieved, we've sold five million albums so far, the next album has to take us international," said the 25-year-old.
With other UK boybands already making their mark in the U.S., JLS are hoping to make a huge impact with their album.
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