Cheryl Cole has allegedly signed a deal with Will.I.Am's US record label in an attempt to crack America.
According to the Black Eyed Peas singer, who worked with Chezza on her debut solo LP 3 Words, the pair are working together on new material for her next album, with the hope of releasing the record Stateside.
The Meet Me Halfway rapper told the Big Issue: "Cheryl's dope, I like collaborating with her. We've talked about working on her next album, plus we signed her to the label in America."
He added: "We're figuring out how we go about it in the States. It has to be something really incredible done in a different way."
The Girls Aloud beauty will join the likes of Kelis and BEP leading lady Fergie on Will.I.Am's record label.
Will also quashed rumours that he wants to bed the X Factor judge, claiming: "I heard that, it's so not true. Cheryl is a lovely girl. We've had the best time on tour, hanging out after the show and partying."
Reports suggest Cheryl's new album will be released this October.