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18 November 2011, 15:03 | Updated: 18 November 2011, 17:20
The 'All About Tonight' singer says she doesn't worry about how her albums perform and focuses on making more music instead.
Pixie Lott says she is not worried about first-week sales of her new album and is more concerned with having longevity as a recording artist.
The 20 year-old singer released her second studio album ‘Young Foolish Happy’ last week and says she is always looking ahead to the future.
“My first album ended up selling a million copies by the end, which is what we want with this album,” Pixie told The Sun.
“It’s not always about first-week sales – it’s about longevity. I don’t want to stop making music.”
The ‘What Do You Take Me For’ singer also says she doesn’t understand why so many artists choose to have songs written for them rather then penning original material themselves.
“I love writing. I’d hate to do an album and have none of the songs on there of my own,” she explained. “When your songs come from a real experience, you just can’t compare singing those against something someone else has written.”
Pixie Lott has been confirmed for the day one line-up of the Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball on 3rd December alongside Rihanna, The Wanted, Calvin Harris and Olly Murs.