Olly Murs has defended his decision to release an album every year for the past three years.
The singer explained that he wants to build on his success and hopes to one day win a Brit Award.
The Xtra Factor host told Newsbeat: “People have been tweeting me saying, 'Third album in three years'. It's like Rihanna and various other artists.
“If you've got the songs there why hold back? Why wait? Just get it out there. I think it's a good thing.”
He continued: “I feel like I've still got so much more to achieve.
“I want more number ones. I want to get more success on the album chart. I want to win Brit Awards.”
The Essex lad also claimed that his new album Right Place, Right Time is not “bringing the cheese like I did with the first two”.
He added: “Not that it was that cheesy, but I think with this album, if one of my young teen fans likes it then her mum or dad is going to like it a lot more than the last two.”
Olly is to release his new single, Troublemaker, on November 18. The album Right Place, Right Time will be out on November 26.
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