Katy B is hoping to complete her second studio album by the end of 2012, according to DJ Greeneus, the man responsible for launching her.
The Rinse FM founder and producer - who discovered British talent Katy B at the age of 16 at a club in Barking where he was Djing - admitted that they plan to work on the collection right up until the deadline.
During an interview with The Guardian, he said: ''It'll be done by the end of the year.
''We'll work right up till the last day, because sometimes it's on the last day that you come up with a track.''
Speaking about her team and musical break, Katy B added: ''I always think of Katy B as a band.
''There's me and Geeneus, and it was Rinse's idea. I had the drive for music, but it wasn't the internet or YouTube that broke it for me. Rinse gave me the break.''
The Peckham-born artist revealed that her new album will be more romantic than her debut LP (On A Mission), which although has had it's share of love songs, was essentially about Katy's romance with nightclubs and music.
Speaking to NME on her as-yet-untitled-album, the singer-songwriter said:
''I'm making the transition from being a girl into womanhood and finding out what my responsibilities are. It's the first time I've lived in the real world with bills to pay, and that's coming across in what I'm writing.''
We can't wait to hear it!