The group are currently working on the follow-up to Sweet 7, which peaked at number 14 in the UK charts upon its release last year. Speaking to showbiz journalist Dean Piper, Berrabah said that the trio are still "early" in the process.
"We're in the studio and are really excited about it," she said. "It's still early days and we haven't got a particular sound - whatever we love, we record. Hopefully it will take about two-three months to get ready but we really want to take our time on it and make this the best album we've ever done."
She continued: "We want to work with some really cool producers and new ones too as it's really important because then they give you the ideas that haven't been snatched yet."
Asked if there would be any collaborations on the LP, the 26-year-old added: "Tinie Tempah would be amazing and he's very talented and quirky. He doesn't seem to take himself too seriously. I'm a massive fan of his."
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