The runner-up of last year's X Factor will release her first record on 4 December, featuring her debut single, 'Sax', which is described as an "enormous pop/funk smash packed with undeniable attitude."
Fleur recorded the album over the past few months in both LA and the UK, working with several songwriters and producers including Fraser T Smith, Rodney Jerkins, TMS and Oak.
"It's very uptempo and very energetic with lots of attitude. It's got loads of influences from the old school. Lots of funk, hip-hop, soul; loads of different sounds fused together," she told our colleagues at Digital Spy at this year's Virgin Media's Louder Lounge at V Festival, citing her X Factor performance of 'Uptown Funk' as influencing the whole record.
Her version of Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars' 'Uptown Funk' peaked at Number One on the iTunes chart during X Factor.
Although she didn't win the show, she signed a contract with X Factor boss Simon Cowell's Syco Records, as did the programme's winner Ben Haenow.
Simon said earlier this year: "Fleur proved what a star she was on the show last year and we now look forward to starting work on her record."