November 15, 2007 07:53:49 GMT
After Fergie and Natasha Bedingfield, Sean Kingston is ready to make another big splash with British singer Leona Lewis.
Relatively new singer Sean Kingston has continued his collaboration hunt with talented and pretty women. This time, the Jamaican R'n'B star is finding ways to do a duet with Leona Lewis.
"I really like Leona," Kingston said. "My people were telling me just this week I'm going to be doing a song with her in the U.S. I really like her style and she has an amazing voice. We're gonna hook up and do something special."
Lewis is a popular act in U.K. since winning the third series of British talent show X Factor. This week, she released her debut album 'Spirit' in U.K., reportedly set to beat Spice Girls' 'Greatest Hits' to reach #1.
Kingston previously worked with Stacy Ferguson aka Fergie on the official remix of the latter's hit 'Big Girls Don't Cry'. He also assisted Natasha Bedingfield in her U.S. single 'Love Like This'.
Fergie's 'Big Girls Don't Cry' Remix feat. Sean Kingston:
Natasha Bedingfield 'Love Like This' feat. Sean Kingston: