Demi Lovato

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Brace yourselves music fans! Demi Lovato has huge plans in the year ahead.

Before any awards were handed out at Sunday's 57th Annual Grammy Awards, the "Heart Attack" singer took to Twitter to share her hopes and dreams for the upcoming months.

As it turns out, the 22-year-old is ready to introduce a new sound that may just blow the industry away.

"Excited to get back in the studio in days…Are you guys ready for album #5???" she tweeted to her fans before attending a Big Sean concert at the House of Blues in Hollywood. "I've never been more confident in my sound. Never been so sure of who I am as an artist. Never felt this hungry and driven…"

Demi Lovato

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At such a young age, the former Disney darling has had huge success with her songs including "Skyscraper," "Neon Lights" and "Give Your Heart a Break."

And while she appreciated the love she received on radio around the world, Lovato is simply focused on being her true self.

"F--k trying to make music that will appeal to the masses for the sake of hit songs. It's time to share my lane…my sound," she explained. "Because no one can take away my individuality or copy my best work which my fans deserve to see."

She continued, "I can't describe my new sound… The only word that comes to mind is authentic. Very very authentic to who I am & the voice I have inside. I am going to sing my heart out more than I've ever sang before. To the sound that I've spent my whole life trying to identify. I'm ready."

And although Lovato has "barely scratched the surface" on creating her new album, she is already getting a sense that this could be her best work yet.

"I'm sorry it took to so long to figure out MY channel but it's here…The changes I've made," she concluded. "I WILL get a Grammy nomination one day. No more f--kin around. Let's GO!!!!!"

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