Jessie J is currently working on material for her sophomore album, and now she's dishing about her desire to collaborate with Adele, Tinie Tempah, Ellie Goulding and more in the future.

In an interview with Capital FM, the 'Domino' singer says, "I'm definitely going to get in the studio with Ellie [Goulding]. Just because I love her voice and I think that our voices would be cool together."

Meanwhile, Jessie is also eying a duet or collaboration with a fellow Brit Award nominee. "I'd love to work with Adele," she revealed. "Dev I'm definitely going to get back in the studio with. We're actually working on something at the moment so that's going to be fun."

The 23-year-old also cites Tinie Tempah and Wretch 32 as artists on her wish list, and confirmed that she and newcomer Ed Sheeran are set to hit the studio together later this year.

In 2011, Jessie teamed up with James Morrison on his 'The Awakening' song 'Up.' The music video for the tune currently boasts nearly 4.5 million views on YouTube. She added, "British music is so inspirational right now. I want to do almost a whole album of duets and features."