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Calum Scott may be busy working on his own second studio album, but the Yorkshireman still has time for an unexpected team-up.

The singer-songwriter features on Naughty Boy’s new dancehall track Undo alongside upcoming Jamaican artist Shenseea, which is available to download and stream now.

“I’m excited about Callum Scott and Shenseea for different reasons, I enjoy bringing people together that you wouldn’t expect but when you hear the song it makes so much sense,” said Naughty Boy.

“I feel like they are both fresh and vibrant artists.”

Calum added: “Who dreamt up the idea of having a ballad singing Yorkshireman and Shenseea, a female Jamaican Dancehall artist on the same track?! Naughty Boy, obviously!

“I remember the first time we met in his Ealing studio a few years ago and he said he loved my voice – I’ve been looking forward to working with him ever since and Undo was the perfect song to collaborate and write on.

“I feel like this song will speak to so many people, it’s about simply wanting to make things right.”

This is Naughty Boy’s first piece of new material since his collaboration with Christina Aguilera on the track Right Moves from her 2018 album Liberation.

Calum Scott, meanwhile, scored the biggest selling debut album by a male artist in the UK last year with Only Hman, as well as completing a tour of the UK, Europe and North America.

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