Louisa Johnson wants to record a grime song and explore different music genres with her second album.
Louisa Johnson wants to record a grime song.
The 'Tears' hitmaker is gearing up to release her debut LP but would love for her second album to explore different music genres.
She said: ''I love so many different styles of music, where I grew up it was always about rap music. I always grew up listening to rap, Eminem before he even became commercial and garage I absolutely love, it would be great to explore and consider doing that.
''I would love to try different things with my second album, as the pop route might not work. I'm seeing what things people are picking up on. I'll do an album of pop and people might not like that, so why not do one full of R&B as people may like that more?''
For now though, the 19-year-old singer is releasing her new single 'Best Behaviour', which she says is very ''honest''.
She told the Daily Star newspaper: ''The song is about being on your best behaviour, well trying to be, it's a bit naughty.
''It's about trying to be good in the early stages of a relationship. I don't really worry about what I say. It's not a song for five-year-olds. I quite like to be honest and give a lot away in my music, it proves I'm real.''
Meanwhile, Louisa previously revealed she will be collaborating with Clean Bandit once again on her new album.
She said: ''I've got a few collaborations coming up, I can't tell you about all of them but they're on the album.
''I've got another song with Clean Bandit. I'm a huge fan of their music so I'm really excited about it.
''If I could work with anyone it would be Eminem. I always loved rapping growing up.''
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