Taylor Swift Hopes To 'Grow And Evolve And Change' On New Album

'I'm constantly writing about what I go through as it happens to me,' she says of songwriting process.

[artist id="2389485"]Taylor Swift[/artist] currently has a couple of albums on the charts, but that doesn't mean the overachiever isn't hard at work on another album. And with everything that has happened to her in the last year, it seems like she's going to have some really great material for that next LP.

"I actually have [started work on a new album]. I'm constantly writing about what I go through as it happens to me," she told MTV News. "I try not to get too backlogged and have to go back. I record all the time, so I've got a lot of songs."

Although she wouldn't divulge too much about what (and who) she's writing about for the album, she did say that it will certainly be a reflection of the very big events of the last couple of years. "When I put out an album I'd like to think that when people listen to that album it's like a diary of what I've been through in the last two years," she said. "So it's a really fun way to express how I feel and what I'm going through."

Also, the country-crossover superstar may be embracing new musical styles for the album — she's still hoping to get Jack White to stop by the studio.

"I always try and bring in new influences, and you know I've been writing [many of] these new songs for the record by myself so I can kind of take it anywhere," she explained. "And it's really fun to play with different inspirational things, but you never know ... when I write songs, sometimes it surprises me how they sound different from my other stuff. Hopefully I just continue to grow and evolve and change, but not freak people out."