James Bay would collaborate with Justin Bieber
James Bay would be interested in writing a song with Justin Bieber following the pair's joint live performance at the BRIT Awards last month
James Bay is interested in collaborating with Justin Bieber.
The 'Best Fake Smile' hitmaker performed with Bieber at the BRIT Awards last month and admits he could easily imagine writing a song with the 22-year-old pop superstar, just like their mutual friend Ed Sheeran did.
James said: "Ed wrote that song ('Love Yourself') with him, so I wouldn't rule anything out. That's as about as much as I can say. I'm not one to rule anything out."
James and Justin became friends after meeting at a private after-party held after the MTV Europe Music Awards (EMAs) in October and the 25-year-old musician previously described the 'Sorry' hitmaker as a "charming little lad".
Aside from collaborations, James has been thinking about his follow-up to his 2015 debut LP 'Chaos and the Calm' and wants he gets his live shows out of the way he is going to "knuckle down" and get working on a new collection of tracks.
He told Digital Spy: "I'm thinking about it all the time. I've never really been able to stop thinking about it since I finished the first one! When am I going to get time to really knuckle down and start producing some stuff? Hopefully at the end of this year. I can't really talk about it being any earlier than that, but I don't really want to start any later. I really want to get down to it and dig my heels in."