The singer and DJ, who this month releases new single 'What You're Doin'' with Paul Morrell, told Digital Spy that she needs a musical connection when collaborating.
"I work with people who musically we work well together," she said. "With me and Paul we work well together. I like people like Pharrell, I really like him.
"All these new things out at the moment I like. Calvin Harris is cool. I wouldn't say no to going in the studio [with him].
"For me it's all about being in the studio, I love that side of it, it's so exciting for me. Getting in there, just figuring it out how you're going to make it work."
Asked about plans for future collaborations, Sonique added: "That's what I'm out doing now. I've still got my stuff, I did an album a bit like World of Change and that was all mine and that's all great.
"But it's fun to go out there and work with other people, it's interesting as an artist to work with other people.
"I want to do a bit of learning. Now I think get it together and see what comes out of having fun with music."
Watch the Paul Morrell feat Sonique 'What You're Doin'' music video below:
Sonique, who became aware of Ministry of Sound's 2009 'Best Breakthrough DJ' Morrell after he remixed her tracks 'It Feels So Good' and 'World Of Change', said that she does not mind other artists sampling her work because "music has a life of its own".
'What You're Doin'' is released via Tidy Trax on April 23 and is Sonique's first UK single since 2003. It is inspired by men who have tried to chat her up when out clubbing.
She added: "Guys were coming up to me with the lamest chat-up lines, you could possibly think of. 'You must be tired, you've been running through my mind all day'.
"Another one, 'Hey babycakes!' Babycakes, ew! He cannot call me that. You can call me anything, but not that!"
Sonique said that while the lyrics were key to her new single, she also feels that the beat is vital to her work.
"I always believed that the beat is teaching you music," she explained. "The beat is telling you what it wants to say. That's how I see it.
"The music is actually the one that then evokes what you need to use to tell the world."