Charli XCX has revealed her new album won't contain any collaborations because she wants to be ''quite selfish'' and focus on herself on the record.
Charli XCX is done with collaborations.
The 'Boom Clap' singer is currently working on her new album - the follow-up to 2014's 'Sucker' - but there won't be any special guests on it because Charli is getting ''selfish'' with her music.
Speaking to BANG Showbiz at the Q Awards in London on Monday (19.10.15), she revealed: ''I feel like I've done my fair share of collaborations for life now! I'm going to take some time for myself.
''Maybe I will do another collaboration in the future but right now I want to be quite selfish and work on my own.''
Charli admits the early studio session are going well and has revealed the record will contain lots of big pop songs.
She said: ''I'm not giving too much away yet, it's still at the ideas stage but it's going very well, it's very pop. I was really struggling on tour so I'm really happy to be back in the studio being creative.''
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