Afrobeats star Fuse ODG has revealed that a collaboration with Ed Sheeran would be "exciting".

Speaking to IBTimes UK at Labrinth's celebratory dinner at The Mosaica restaurant in London, the Dangerous hitmaker admitted that there is no other artist he would rather make music with in the studio.

"Ed Sheeran is someone I want to work with next," he said.

Sheeran, who is nominated for four awards at this year's Brits, has worked with music heavyweights such as Beyoncé, Taylor Swift and Pharrell. Fuse believes that his own distinctive sound would give the Thinking Out Loud singer his most epic collaboration to date.

"That's why I like him because I don't know where it's going to go," he explained. "My world and his world mixed together is crazy. That's why it's exciting."

The 26 year-old star rubbed shoulders with the likes of Conor Maynard, Clean Bandit, Little Mix, James Arthur, who were amongst the host of celebrities that attended the Raymond Weil pre-Brit Awards bash, hosted by Beneath Your Beautiful hitmaker Labrinth.

Fuse ODG, whose real name is Nana Richard Abiona, has previously teamed up with stars including Wyclef Jean and Sean Paul.

He most recently collaborated with I'm a Celebrity star Tinchy Stryder on the record Imperfection. In the accompanying video the UK-based Ghanaian acts can be seen showing off their impressive moves as they serenade a beautiful woman.

Meanwhile, Fuse is preparing to perform at the 2015 Sundown festival. He joins the line-up which includes Rudimental, Sigma and Grammy-winner Jess Glynne.