Get ready for a new LP from Ariana Grande next month

2015-06-12 22:00

Los Angeles - Ariana Grande has teased her album could be released "next month".

The 21-year-old star is currently working on her third studio album, tentatively titled Moonlight, and revealed although she isn't in a hurry to release the collection, it has been made so quickly it is nearly ready to be unveiled.

When asked when it will be arriving, she said: "I have no idea but the music is coming together so quickly, I really don't like to rush these things but it's all just coming together so quickly that I have no idea. I have no idea, I feel like it could be next month!".

The Problem singer who released her sophomore LP My Everything last year - continued to explain she has felt "really inspired lately" resulting in her upcoming tracks being better than anything she has ever done before.

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She gushed: "I've been working on a lot of new music, I've been really inspired lately and I'm really proud of it. I feel like this is definitely the best music I've made but I'm definitely very proud of it".

However, the pint-sized pop star confessed she can be a bit of a loudmouth when it comes to keeping her music a secret, and believes she's already revealed too much about the record.

She told Capital FM: "I'm very excited but it's a long time away of course but I'm always talking about it way too early because I can't resist sharing these things with my fans.

"My fans are like my best friends, I go online and I blab out a whole bunch of stuff that I shouldn't say and I just got Snapchat so god knows, my whole album will be leaked in two days!"

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