Demi Lovato never seems to stop trucking. The "Really Don't Care" singer released her fourth studio album DEMI just last year and has been on two worldwide stadium tours ever since. And instead of taking a little breather in 2015, new reports from Lovato's label, Hollywood Records indicate that she'll be dropping a new LP in the new year.
According to Billboard, Lovato will be following up DEMI with an all new album next year, and the pop star has already started writing and recording in the studio.
"The plan is for her to go back into the studio and start the next creative process. She's already done some songs, but certainly the majority of it will kick off next year," Lovato's manager Phil McIntyre said in an interview.
Though concrete details surrounding Lovato album No. 5 remain in the air, including a timeline, album title or any sort of tracklisting, Disney (which owns Lovato's label Hollywood Records) is optimistic about the album's prospects.
"We're really excited. We've got a new album coming from her next year. We're not talking about release dates yet," Disney Music Group president Ken Bunt said. "And she's going to continue her world tour throughout next year."
Lovato herself has yet to speak out on the new album. She is set to wrap up her DEMI World Tour's first U.S. leg tonight (Oct. 27) at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
Lovato's last album, DEMI, was released in May 2013. The record spawned the catchy singles "Heart Attack," "Made in the USA," "Neon Lights" and "Really Don't Care."