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16 May 2012, 13:09
The 'Price Tag' singer confirms she is still in the early stages of her second record and using any free time to continue recording.
Jessie J has promised fans that her second studio album will be as "eclectic" as her debut 'Who You Are'.
The 'Domino' star confessed that she is still in the "early stages" of the record and is using any free time to get in the recording studio.
Speaking to Capitalfm.com about her new album, Jessie said: "Very early stages still – I'm not going to rush it and at the moment there's a lot of other things in my diary, but definitely anytime I get I'm making time for the music of the second album because that's what I do – I'm a singer-songwriter first and foremost.
"It's good. It's definitely going to be as eclectic as the first album," she continued. "There's not going to be a running sound. It's just going to be whatever comes out and whatever sounds nice."
The star has been teasing details from the album for the past couple of months and recently explained she wants people to see "progress" on the record.
"I'm looking forward to it. I'm looking forward to people being able to hear it," she added.
Meanwhile, the 'Who's Laughing Now' singer recently responded to criticism by Louis Walsh who branded her The Voice UK show as "dull" and "boring".
Jessie hit back by saying the Irish X Factor judge should "just be nice" and people should always be "respectful".
You can watch Jessie J talking to Capitalfm.com about her new studio album below: