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The Seventies/Eighties rock ’n’ roll jet set partied at Pikes; the video for Club Tropicana by Wham! The hillside hotel offers secret cubbyholes aplenty in which to recover from a wee hours slot “spinning” dance music from your laptop.

Yet, while he may have leading-man gravitas, he also seems curiously approachable.Elba doesn’t sing or rap on it; nor, it seems does he play any instruments.Rather he has produced the 11-track project, in collaboration with a group of British and South African musicians, singers and studio engineers. He explains how he travelled to South Africa last September.“Rumour,” Elba says, his bassy, gravelly voice even lower in his chest than normal due to the fact that he’s flopped out horizontally on a couch.“Massive rumour, from out of nowhere.” But, for sure, he would like to work again with the “amazing” Ritchie, who directed him in 2008’s Rockn Rolla.And then he admits that he is in fact reading the script. He says that Paris-set thriller, in which he would play a CIA agent, is not confirmed but is “on the cards” (although at the time of writing Elba was due to commence filming).

“It is a hybrid,” he nods slowly, referring to the mixed-bag nature of his current professional commitments. I was annoyed.” But this is only the start of Idris Elba’s musical adventures.

It then became the de facto name of the house parties he held while in residence.

In turn, 7wallace became a signature Idris beverage: Tanqueray gin, splash of cranberry and tonic, “and loads of lime. It’s quite a refreshing drink.” Too refreshing: Elba orders us two flagons of the stuff, and promptly finishes mine.

So it’s teatime before the actor shuffles into a quietened, darkened room at Pikes Hotel, wearing just a pair of shorts, flip-flops and a hand-rolled smoke.

Yesterday, Elba was sequestered outside London, on the hush-hush set of a huge fantasy movie he’s not supposed to talk about.

It was a long way, in every sense, from the role with which he began 2014, playing the lead in Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.