X Factor finalists Rak-Su and Grace Davies have impressed throughout the competition with original songs and have confirmed that they have plenty more in the pipeline if they are offered a record deal by head judge Simon Cowell.
This weekend will see them take to the stage for the last time alongside fellow finalist Kevin Davy White performing duets with well known artists.
Speaking ahead of the final Rak-Su’s Ashley said: "We wanted the opportunity to be musicians and we came on the show to shed some light on what we're doing.
"We've got so many songs, most of them are rubbish. We've used our favourite ones during the show and there are some others we have been writing during the show that we haven't been able to use.
"So we are quite excited about the prospect of making an album, because we have a lot of stuff ready to go."
Meanwhile, Davies said she had become a "different" and "stronger" person since her first audition, which she admitted she kept a secret from her parents in case Cowell panned her original material.
Whether she comes first, second or third in the Sunday finale, she said she will be "back in the studio on Monday".
"I will work my socks off to get that album out," she said, and added jokingly: "I have enough songs for about five albums, but they may not all be bangers."
Davies also shared that she has a "connection" with her mentor Sharon Osbourne, who often texts her at 2am for a chat.
"We do have a connection, and she said to me the other day that she feels like my mum. We have similar personalities, we message each other, and she will text me at 2am to ask if I am awake for a chat. She has been such a massive support system."
The X Factor final kicks off on TV3 on Saturday at 7.05pm and continues on Sunday at 7.15pm