The Wanted's Max George has collaborated with Flo Rida on a new track having hoped into the studio with the rapper in the US.
The Wanted's Max George has collaborated with Flo Rida.
The singer has revealed he worked on a solo project with the rapper in the US earlier this year.
Asked if the group are doing any further solo work, he told Capital FM: ''We're doing little bits here and there and I recorded a song in America a couple of months ago with another artist.
''I actually did a song with Flo Rida - the rap in it's hilarious.''
The American star, real name Tramar Lacel Dillard, is known for his hits including 'Low' featuring T-Pain, which was a number one for 10 weeks in the US in 2008.
He also collaborated with K$sha on the track 'Right Round' which was also a number one hit for six weeks.
Max bandmate Nathan Sykes recorded a duet with his girlfriend Ariana Grande earlier this year.
They released the track 'Almost Is Never Enough' from the 'Mortal Instruments: City of Bones' film soundtrack.
The Wanted have just released their latest album 'Word of Mouth', which charted at number nine earlier this month and the band have defended the record.
Tom Parker said: ''I think for any band, it's very difficult to always sustain a certain level.''
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