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Charli XCX hints at Christine and the Queens collaboration

Charli XCX has hinted that a collaboration with Christine and the Queens might be happening in the near future.

The 1999 hitmaker took to Twitter recently to ask her fans (known as Angels) for suggestions on who she should collaborate with. She wrote: "making songs. who should feature? (sic)"

A few days later, she retweeted Christine and the Queen's, which teased: "2019 should be about collaborations."

Chris from Christine and the Queens has released two albums to-date. 2014's Chaleur Humaine and last year's Chris, but is yet to collaborate with a major artist.

Meanwhile, Charli XCX has collaborated with such artists as Dua LipaTroye Sivan, Carly Rae Jepsen, Iggy Azalea and Rita Ora.

The 26-year-old British pop star is currently hard at work on her first full-length release since 2014's Sucker.

Last week, Charli updated her loyal following to say it's "about time" she releases an album by sharing her New Year's Resolutions written on an iPhone note which read:

"New Years Resolutions:
"1. Make an album
"2. Release it (sic)".

She captioned the Twitter post: "about time, right?? (sic)".

The singer-songwriter's 1999, which features Troye Sivan, peaked at number 13 in the UK charts. She revealed that she planned on rewarding her fans by dropping her first studio album in five years if the track shifted two places upwards.

Sharing a link to download the track, Charli tweeted in December:

Despite having released two mixtapes - Number 1 Angel and Pop 2 - and several singles since her last full album, Charli had previously admitted that she doesn't have a plan when it comes to her music in the future. 

She said: "You know, I don't really know. I don't really have a plan, so to speak. I'm just kind of releasing what I want when I want. I'm not sure what's next. Maybe it's an album, maybe it's not an album, maybe there's never an album, maybe there are 10 more mixtapes. I'm just kind of doing what I want to do and seeing where I go."

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