Omarion says his fourth studio album will be a "truth" record that people will want to hear and it may include some unexpected collaborations with fellow R&B singers.
Speaking of the as-yet-untitled album with Billboard this week, Omarion confirmed that he has already worked with Tank, Eric Hudson and James Fauntleroy and plans to work with Pharrell in the near future.
"People really want to hear where I'm at right now. It's going to be a truth album. I've never been in this place," Omarion told Billboard. "I didn't know I would find my stride at this point in time with experiencing so much in my life. I'm considering myself approaching my prime. I feel like I'm in that zone where I'm focused. I have tunnel vision."
As previously reported, Omarion released "Care Package 2," the second installment of a series leading up to the release of his fourth studio album, earlier this month.
The fourth studio album is expected to be released in 2014.