Leona Lewiss new album has been described as a venomous ode to her ex-boyfriend Lou Al-Chamaa. The pair split last summer in what was said to be an acrimonious break-up. The X Factor winner is now using the split as inspiration for her third record. According to a source: Leona was with Lou for over ten years and things ended very badly. But what you live through makes you stronger, and Leonas throwing all her emotion into the music shes working on. She means business. This album needs to be daring and innovative. Lyrics to a track she wrote with songwriter Emeli Sande called 'Trouble include: I told you never to get used to me, I stay awake while you fall asleep. Im a whole lot of trouble, were in a whole lot of trouble. You shout louder than you used to. She is recording with David Guetta and Beyonc producer Rico Love for the album, as well as working on a track called 'Mountains with former Blazin Squad members Flava (James Murray) and Mus (Mustafa Omer). Simon Cowell is allegedly lining her up to perform on The X Factor USA just before Christmas to promote the album. Lewis revealed in December that her upcoming LP will be influenced by her personal life. DS