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11 April 2012, 12:27 | Updated: 11 April 2012, 12:45
The 'Mama Do The Hump' stars are back in the recording studio working on their sophomore release.
Rizzle Kicks have revealed they are working hard on the follow-up to their 2011 debut album 'Stereo Typical', and are "really excited" about their new musical direction.
The Brighton-born duo, consisting of Harley Alexander-Sule and Jordan Stephens, have enjoyed huge chart success over the past year with several highly charting singles.
"Really excited about the new music we're making," Rizzle Kicks tweeted last night (10th April. "Really thought the last 9 months woulda messed with out heads. Seems the opposite."
Earlier this year the 'Down With The Trumpets' singers teased a potential collaboration with Ed Sheeran on a future project, and hinted that their debut record still has "some life left in it".
The 'Traveller's Chant' rappers also featured on Olly Murs' summer 2011 hit 'Heart Skips A Beat' last year, and Olly told Capital FM recently that he is hoping to return the favour on their next album.
Rizzle Kicks' have achieved chart success over the past year with singles like 'Mama Do The Hump', 'When I Was A Youngster' and 'Down With The Trumpets'.