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9 September 2013, 14:31
The 'Love Me Again' singer also says he has been a perfectionist with the songs on his first record.
John Newman has revealed his ambitions to score a number one when his first album sees release next month.
The UK singer-songwriter is set to release his self-titled debut in October and says he still can't believe the success he has already had with debut single 'Love Me Again'.
"I constantly want more, I want the album to go to number one," John revealed to Digital Spy this week. "It's a great thought, the music I love making becoming successful."
Check out a picture of John Newman from his latest music video shoot recently below (Credit: Instagram):
The 'Love Me Again' star also began teasing what fans can expect from his upcoming debut album, and explained that every song from the record has been painstakingly worked on to perfection.
"As a songwriter I never continue with a song that's not right, I'm too much of a perfectionist," he told Daily Star over the weekend. "I start again and stay there till it's finished.
"I'd like to start afresh and write a second album when the the comes as I wouldn't want to bring songs along," he added. " There's a ballad called 'Out Of My Head' on my album which feels really great. I'm excited but it all and hopefully everyone else will be."
John Newman returns with new single 'Cheating' on 7th October and his first studio album on 14th October.