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The 'Swagger Jagger' star is prepping a brand new album for release around September this year.
Cher Lloyd has teamed up with R&B superstar Ne-Yo for her brand new single 'It's All Good', saying she is incredibly happy to be working with the 'Let Me Love You' star.
The song was unveiled in the US this week and Cher has also been teasing when fans can expect to hear details about her second studio album.
The former X Factor star released debut album 'Sticks + Stones' in the UK in October 2011, launching it in America a year later, and has been working hard on her next record for much of the past year.
The 'Want U Back' singer says she has learned a lot about herself while recording new material, and promises the new record is "completely me".
"I feel like I've grown up as a person, learned a lot about myself as an artists. And my fans need it, they really do," Cher revealed, reports Billboard. "They may not forgive me for not releasing any new material, like, 'Is she just going away?'
"I feel very positive about this year and I feel like it's the new me and a lot more confident too," the UK singer explained. "I've been so focused on doing completely me and what I want.
Check out a picture of Cher Lloyd at the Radio Disney Music Awards 2013 below (Credit: PA):
"This album is completely me and doing stuff I never thought I'd be able to do," Cher added.
As well as teaming up with Ne-Yo for new single 'It's All Good', Cher recently featured on US star Demi Lovato's new song 'Really Don't Care'.
Cher Lloyd says fans can tentatively expect a September time release for her new album.
Listen to Cher Lloyd and Ne-Yo's 'It's All Good' below: