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Jessie J working on second album

By Meaghan Fleming,

Singer Jessie J is reportedly working on new material for a follow up to her first album, Who You Are.

The “Domino” singer announced she was in the studio with artist Sia, and the production duo Stargate on her Twitter page:

Jessie J is also working with Diane Warren, a songwriter who has penned some popular songs including Celine Dion's “Because You Loved Me” and Aerosmith's “I Don't Want to Miss a Thing,” according to Digital Spy.

Warren posted on her personal Twitter, “Jessie J is f**king singing her a** off right now!!!!”

Trey Songz recently said he wants to sing with her and Jessie J is apparently very interested according to Capital FM.

Jessie J told Capital, “Trey's cool man, we talk, he's a really cool guy. I definitely 100% want to work with him.”

She doesn’t know when they will sing together, saying: “Whether he'll be on this album or not is often not up to us because it's about timing and stuff. But I'm actually going to LA soon for quite a long time, so I'm hoping that he can be there at some point in the studio while I'm there and we can sing together."

Jessie J also announced she would like to work with Ed Sheeran on a new song she has written, saying it would be an "amazing duet."

Her album will be released in 2013, but the exact release date is unknown at this time.

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