The Jacksons want to collaborate with David Guetta.
The pop group - consisting Jackie, Tito, Jermaine and Marlon, siblings of the late Michael Jackson - are keen to team up with the DJ-and-music producer in the near future to work on some new songs after meeting him in June.
Speaking to the New York Post newspaper, Jackie said: ''We hope we can do something in the future [with Guetta].''
Meanwhile, the four brothers are heading to the studio to work on a comeback album next year, and have a number of big name producers lined up to work with them.
Jackie said previously: ''We're gonnna do what people want to hear - The Jacksons, but we're also going to add the new elements of today's generation with that music as well, from the heart and soul.''
Tito said last year that here were many groups from the continent who influenced The Jackson 5's early soul-funk sound.
He said: ''There was a great influence, The [Rolling] Stones, the Bee Gees and some of the work of The Beatles when Billy Preston was working with them. There's a lot of European influence on our sound. And I think they were getting influenced by American acts, music is a universal language and there are only eight notes.''
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