In an interview, the former member of Genesis reveals that the 'Skyfall' singer has contacted him to write together.
Adele and Phil Collins are collaborating for new music. In an interview with Inside South Florida, Collins revealed, "I've just started to work with Adele. She contacted me to write together."
"I wasn't actually too aware [of her]. I live in a cave [but] she's achieved an incredible amount and I really love her voice and I love some of that stuff she's done," the legendary singer praised the mother of one. "So, to me, it's always an eye-opener. Educational."
It's still unknown whom the collaboration belongs to. Fans are currently expecting new music from both Adele and Collins. The "Skyfall" hitmaker, who received her MBE from Prince Charles last December, has been working on a new album to follow-up her successful 2011 record, "21".
Meanwhile, Collins who decided to retire in 2011 recently expressed his desire to return to music. "I have started thinking about doing new stuff," the former member of Genesis said. "[Maybe playing] some shows again.... Everything is possible. We could tour in Australia and South America. We haven't been there yet."