X Factor winner Louisa Johnson has said her debut album will be 'raunchier' than people expect.
The reigning champion is set to release her first record next year, following the release of her single So Good last week.
Speaking of her upcoming and as yet untitled album, Louisa said: "I didn't want to just bring it out and give it to everyone.
"I wanted to release it in stages, singles, then built it up into an album.
"A good selling album would be great but I don't want to think to far ahead with that because my priority is making it perfect and relevant to people my age."
Speaking about the songs on the record, Louisa teased: "It's all really personal. There have been lots of times in my life where I've wanted to write about stuff but I don't know how to.
"Now I've worked with people who have given me the confidence to do it again."
She explained to OK! magazine: "It's just a bit more on the sexual side and about relationships. There are some phrases that people wouldn't expect from me.
"it's definitely raunchier than people might expect but it's me and it's how I think and if you know me then you'll know it's nowhere near as far as I can go!"
Meanwhile, Louisa's new single So Good is on course to enter the Top 10.
The song debuted at Number 20 following her performance on The X Factor last week but has since vaulted nine spots to Number 11 in the latest midweeks.