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will.i.am Confirms Collaborations With Britney, Shakira, Alicia Keys and LMFAO

January 31, 2012 (3:15 am) GMT
The Black Eyed Peas member also gushes about working with Busta Rhymes, Swizz Beatz, Eva Simons and Nicole Scherzinger.

Rumor suggesting that is going to work with and is true after all. Confirming the collaboration report is the member himself. "Me and Shakira have been trying to finish the stuff we started, and me and Britney is really crazy," he told Capital FM.

will.i.am also revealed, "I have a song with - me, Alicia and Swedish House Mafia. I have a song with The Beats, which is pretty grand." He spilled more, "So we got a song with me, and Eva Simons. A song with me and and . I got a whole other bunch of collaborations."

The list of his featured guests grew longer as he threw 's name on it. "I made this song with Nicole Scherzinger that you would never expect," he dished on. "This classic piece of music that I did with Nicole, it's beautiful. That girl sings like I've never heard anybody sing like that in pop culture. She is thebomb.com/isthatnicole?"

will.i.am is working on his new solo album "". He said, "[It] is just a reminder to myself of staying contestant with the dream - keeping the dream alive." He added, "It was all a dream when I was 15 years old - 20 years later I managed to take the dream from an idea to physicality. So '#willpower' is uplifiting songs, encouragement for those that need it."

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