Flo Rida wants to work with Lady Gaga
Flo Rida is keen to team up with Lady Gaga again following the success of their 2008 song 'Starstruck' from the pop beauty's debut LP 'Fame'.
Flo Rida would love to collaborate with Lady Gaga again.
The pair first worked together on the track 'Starstruck', which appeared on Gaga's 2008 debut album 'Fame', and the rapper enjoyed the experience so much, he's keen to get back in the studio with her again.
Asked who he'd like to work with, he said: "Someone like Gaga, she's always interesting. It would only add to what I've got going on now."
And Gaga isn't the only star the 'Whistle' hitmaker wants to work with again as he'd happily team up with his 'Wild Ones' collaborator Sia for another track.
He told Digital Spy: "I wouldn't mind working with any of them [again].
"I'm a big fan of the work they've done. I love what Sia's doing, so I wouldn't mind working with her."
But it isn't only his past collaborators the 36-year-old star - whose real name is Tramar Lacel Dillard - wants to work with again as he also has his eye on some new recording partners.
He said: "I got the chance to do a show with Florida Georgia Line, so I wouldn't mind doing a song with them.
"When you listen to the record 'My House' it has a little country flavour to it, so I don't think it would be too far-fetched."
Flo - who has teamed up with Jason Derulo on new song 'Hello Friday' and previously recorded with rockers Nickleback on 2014 single 'You Got Me Runnin' Around' - seems confident the country stars will work with him if he asks as he never gets rejected.
He admitted: "Anyone I've set out to work with, I've got to work with."