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14 May 2012, 17:30 | Updated: 14 May 2012, 19:18
The 'LaserLight' singer is aiming to make her music even stronger on the follow-up to 'Who You Are'.
Jessie J says fans can expect a more mature sound on her second studio album.
The Voice UK vocal coach is currently penning material for the follow-up to her 2011 debut 'Who You Are' and has revealed she is working more acoustically for her sophomore release to try and improve her sound.
"I'm writing my second album a lot more acoustically because I want my melodies to be stronger and it's little things like that I want people to see," Jessie told the Star on Sunday yesterday (13th May). "I want people to see I'm growing and maturing.
She added: "Every day I wake up and I try and think of things I can do to make myself a better artist."
Last week Jessie was named recipient for the Best British Act at this year's Nordoff Robbins Silver Clef Awards, and will be presented with the trophy at the official ceremony on 29th June.
Jessie J will take part in an exclusive web chat for capitalfm.com on Wednesday 16th May and fans can submit their questions for the 'LaserLight' singer on Twitter using the hashtag #JessieJOnCapital.