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16 November 2012, 11:29 | Updated: 17 November 2012, 10:48
The 'Who You Are' singer tells fans that her second studio record is sounding "fantabalouso".
Jessie J has taken to Twitter to apologise for the lack of updates on her social networking account admitting she has been "in the zone" working on her new album.
The 'Who's Laughing Now' singer has spent the past few months out in Los Angeles as she continues progress on the follow up to 2011's 'Who You Are' and said she is in no rush to complete the album.
"I know I'm distant. But I'm really in my album zone. Making it fantabalouso! Its a detailed process and I won't rush it :) #music #art," she tweeted this morning (16th November).
Last month, the 'Domino' singer admitted she'd written a new song that would be the "perfect" duet with Rihanna.
Meanwhile, the British star has been confirmed to make a return alongside Will.i.am, Tom Jones and The Script's Danny O'Donoghue on the next season of The Voice UK.
The singer also recently came under criticism from Robbie Williams who said he didn't like watching The Voice and predicted Jessie will only last a further 18 months in the music industry.
She has also expressed a desire to voice her own car satellite navigation system so she can "sing people to their destination".