Rita Ora will ''cause a stir'' with her second album.
The 'How We Do (Party)' singer is currently putting together her new record and says the confidence she has gained from her debut, 'Ora', being a success is making her push boundaries.
She told radio station Capital FM: ''I am definitely trying to make a wave and cause a bit of a stir. I've really built confidence these past three years.
''I can't wait to be more honest on this record with my love life, things that I love and the people that I want to work with.
''There's lots of hip-hop legends that I would really love to get on this record.''
Rita has started work on the album in New York in April this year, tweeting: ''Strike a pose! #NYC #album 2 #excited (sic).''
The 'Shine Ya Light' star is also thought to have worked with R&B star Ne-Yo - who has written tracks for Beyonce, Rihanna, Mary J. Blige and Faith Evans - after she posted another photo of him with her in New York.
She wrote underneath: ''Missed you brother @neyo #nyc #familia #family (sic).''