Boyband hunks JLS plan to reach out to Rihanna’s ex Drake to help them write their best single ever.
The four lads will continue working on their fourth album when their ace 4th Dimension tour wraps up next week — and they want the Take Care rapper on board.
Marvin Humes said: “We’d love to do a record with Drake and we’re going to approach him to feature on our next single as it has to be our best yet.
“I really want to see both him and Rihanna at the Wireless Festival... we need an out and out smash.
“While we’re very proud of what we’ve achieved — we’ve sold five million albums so far — the next album has to take us international.”
Record company shuffles mean that Colin Barlow, the man who signed Take That when they reformed, is now running Sony and steering the JLS boys in the right direction.
Marvin continued: “Colin has a fantastic track history and he’s working hard for us. Fresh ears injecting to our project is healthy.
“We always want to stay at the front of the market.”
As well as cracking on with their fourth album, JLS are continuing their work with Durex, who helped the lads launch their own range of condoms called Just Live Safe.
Every profit made from sales of the condoms goes to their JLS foundation, which benefits good causes.
Marvin (26) added: “We’re going to be visiting more places and talking to young people as we’re not shy to promote safe sexy — it saves lives.