Dizzee Rascal has revealed that his next album will feature a more American sound than his previous work.
The 'Bonkers' rapper is due to return to the music scene in 2012 and will be releasing a new album at some point in the year. Speaking to The Sun about the record, he revealed that fans can expect him to move away from the UK centric sound he has made his name with somewhat.
"I live in Miami now as well as here (London) so I go back and forth," says Dizzee.
"I've been in Vegas and LA as well, where I met up with Snoop Dogg. He hooked me up with a load of producers so I've done a lot with them. They are loving dubstep over there and it's all pretty banging."
However, fans of Dizzee's old sound will not be forgotten and Calvin Harris is expected to make an apearance too.
"I spoke to Calvin the other day actually. He's gonna send me some beats.
"He's doing big things. I got in there before Rihanna. I've also got a song produced by Erick Morillo, which should be this album's Bonkers."
Meanwhile, Dizzee was recently linked to making England's official Euro 2012 anthem along with New Order and Tinie Tempah.
Dizzee Rascal at BRIT Awards 2012