Rap trio N-Dubz will release a new album every year to ensure their fans don't forget about them.
N-Dubz plan to release an album each year.
The 'Best Behaviour' hitmakers - who needed extra time from their UK record label, Polydor, to complete their second album 'Uncle B' - have pledged to release a new record every year so their fans won't forget about them.
Fazer - who formed the group along with his friends Tulisa and Dappy - said: "A lot of artists make the mistake of making one album then they think they can go away for two years. Not us man, we wanna do an album a year."
The hip hop trio - who are hoping to crack the US market after being signed to Def Jam records - are currently putting the finishing touches to their third album, which has a dance direction and are confident it is their best work yet.
Fazer, 23, added to the Daily Star: "Every record we do is better than the one before. We try to up the levels. Someone said to me the other day: 'You've gone from ground zero to ground 10 million.'
"It's a very dancey album but it still has an N-Dubz element to it, we have gone back to the roots a bit with this one."