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The 'Written In The Stars' rapper hopes to complete work on the record in a month with the view to release in October.
Tinie Tempah has confessed that he will be releasing his new album 'Demonstration' in October.
The follow up to 2010's 'Disc-Overy' should be completed in about a month's time according to the 'Pass Out' star.
"In about a month's time the album should be finished and then hopefully, no defiantly, release date in October," he revealed to Capital FM.
The rapper admitted he has gone all out in his recent touring duties in preparation for the new album's release and said it's time to take things to "that next level".
"I've been doing loads of gigs loads of tours just trying to get everybody – like the world ready for the next album." He continued: "I think the support that the British public gave me on the first one and everyone in Ireland and just Great Britain and the British Isles in general was incredible but now I think it's time to take it to that next level and make it even bigger and better."
Tinie also recently revealed that the new album will feature collaborations with Dizzee Rascal and Calvin Harris and recently launched his own 'Disturbing London' fashion line.
You can listen to Tinie Tempah speaking to Capital FM's showbiz reporter Kevin Hughes about his new album below: