Tinie Tempah's million sales ambition
Tinie Tempah thinks his career will be even more successful this year and has predicted his next album will sell a million copies.
Tinie Tempah wants his next album to sell over a million copies.
The 22-year-old star - who has won two BRIT awards, had two number one UK singles and a chart-topping LP in the last 12 months -doesn't think his career has peaked yet and predicts even greater things are to come from him this year.
He said: "I reckon in 2011, towards the end of it, I'm going to do an arena tour - and sell it out - then I reckon I'm going to release another album, and fingers crossed it can go platinum again, and double platinum, and treble. Let's just sell a million."
The 'Pass Out' hitmaker also admitted his highlights of the past year included meeting Prince William and performing with Snoop Dogg.
He said: "Playing with Snoop Dogg, it's not every day that happens. I mean, my first year at Glastonbury, it's hot as hell. I'm on the Pyramid Stage with 100,000 people and one of hip-hops biggest icons.
"Then at Radio One's Big Weekend I met Prince William. I had a little chat with him backstage and he said he's a big fan of 'Pass Out' and 'Frisky'. That was a major moment."