JESY Nelson has dropped her comeback single Bad Thing but already she is looking to the future.
The former Little Mix singer has told to The Sun how she is full steam ahead with her debut album and even thinking about a follow up record.
Jesy Nelson, 31, said: "Bad Thing is the start of the album. I feel like this song is an indicator of what it's going to sound like but it's not all slow songs at all.
"I don't want to give a release date yet as things move but I can say the album will 100% be this year. For sure, 100%."
Jesy will drop the as of yet untitled album as an independent artist after splitting with Polydor in July last year.
She added: "I'm open to collaborations and it would be nice but right now I've not done any for the album.
"I'm already thinking about a second one.
"It's so nice to do it all as an independent artist and how I envision it.
"I’ve been recording in my home studio and Zion [her new boyfriend] has been helping me.
"Next week I'm going to New York to write some more songs with Tyla Parx and I am shooting the next music video really soon."
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The clip will be shot by Charlie Sarsfield – the same director who headed up her hard hitting Bad Thing video.
The film like video highlights the all too real issue of domestic violence.
Jesy, who has teamed up with Women's Aid for the release, said: "It's not my personal story but so many women in my life have been through this.
It's nice to make a video that will make an impact and raise awareness.
Even if it helps just one person. I just really wanted to raise awareness about it as I think it's such an important topic and hardly anyone ever speaks about it.
There are so many people who go through it but they are too scared to talk about it.
Even though you may be in a situation like this, if you can find anyone that you trust then there is always someone out there that can help you. You're not stuck in there."
Speaking about working with the former X Factor winner, Women's Aid said: "We thank Jesy for using the music video of Bad Thing to signpost support for women who may be affected by domestic abuse.
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"The video shows her character not explicitly leaving at the end, and we know from our work that this is a reality for many women.”
If you are affected by anything you have seen in the video then help and support is available at WomensAid.org.uk
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