Speaking to the Daily Star, the rapper explained that the new record will have a different sound to Tongue N' Cheek.
"I want to make a record that's still uplifting but maybe more serious as well," he explained.
"It's going to be a bit of a comedown compared to the last album, which was more housey."
Dizzee also revealed that he would like to collaborate with Passion Pit, explaining: "I like what they do."
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