X Factor winner Louisa Johnson has said her album is still a "work in progress".
The 2015 champion has yet to put out a record - or even reveal a release date - but has insisted an album will definitely be out this year.
Speaking about what we can expect from the songs on the LP, Louisa teased this week: "There's another song with Clean Bandit, but this time it's me featuring them, which makes me feel cool.
"There are two more features on the album so far, but there could be more. It's a work in progress."
Chatting to star magazine, Louisa continued: "All my songs are very powerful and soulful and, although I love being soulful and bluesy, I also like dancing and being very pop.
"Then there's a sexy side and funny side and a sad side. It's all about variety and changing it up."
Louisa went on to reveal her big ambitions for the next five years, saying: "I'd love to be a household name around the world, touring and singing live, playing in big arenas like The O2 or Wembley. That would be amazing."
Meanwhile, Louisa has revealed the decision to delay her album's release was her own.
“I wanted to make people realise from the start that I wanted to do things differently,” Louisa told The Sun's Fabulous magazine this month. “I love the way The X Factor works, but I thought: ‘Personally, I wouldn’t do it like that.’
“I didn’t bring out my album in November [the year after winning], like other winners.
“You have to stand your ground with these things if you think something is right.”