He warns of "triple threat"
N-Dubz have promised to "take on the world" when they return to the music scene in 2013.
Dappy Contostavlos, Tulisa Contostavlos and Fazer - are on a self-imposed hiatus to concentrate on their solo projects, but they will join their individual fan bases together to form a "triple threat" when they return with a new album next year.
Fazer says: "N-Dubz are definitely still coming back in 2013 for another album and a tour and we're going to absolutely kill it, don't worry about that. We are definitely not finished.
"We are all doing solo albums at the moment, but we are staggering them so we don't have to go up against each other. When we come back together next year we are going to bring our three solo fan bases together and take on the world. It will be a triple threat!"
Fazer - whose real name is Richard Rawson - and Dappy had previously planned to record a joint album before the No Regrets singer started his solo career, and the 27-year-old rapper is hoping to revive the project at some point in the future.
He added: "We were thinking of doing a whole album together just like Jay-Z and Kanye. We were thinking about it before Daps even recorded his solo stuff but it never happened. We might come back to it again, it would be a great project."
Fazer is pleased with the progress of his first ever solo studio album, which is "86 per cent complete", and he has set his sights on releasing the record in October.
He explained: "My album is 86 per cent complete. It is due to come out in October and I'm going to get number one with my first single. I can't wait to get it out."