'X Factor' star Cher Lloyd is known for her pop jams, but now the singer is showing off her lyrical flow in her new video for 'Dub on the Track.'

In the clip, the 18-year-old recording artist spits fast rhymes mixed with whimsical vocal riffs while she looks deep into the camera. Set in dark and low-lit backdrops, the video also features cameos by collaborators Mic Righteous, Dot Rotten and Ghetts.

'Dub on the Track' is featured on the British star's debut album, 'Sticks and Stones,' but according to the YouTube description of the video, the track won't be released as a single. The song follows the Lloyd's No. 1 song 'Swagger Jagger,' as well as her Mike Posner-assisted second single, 'With Ur Love.'

The pop star released her debut on Nov. 7, which features additional collaborations with the likes of Busta Rhymes and Carolina Liar. However, the singer plans to drop her LP in North America sometime in 2012, with a tracklist containing newly recorded songs. "I’m still recording," she said of the new tracks. "I’m starting to record tomorrow."

Will she make it in America? U.S. 'X Factor' judge L.A. Reid sure thinks so. "Listen, you need to know that [Cher Lloyd] will be a massive star in America," he said during a pre-show interview. "Watch out. Cher Lloyd, watch it."

Watch the Cher Lloyd 'Dub on the Track' Video Feat. Mic Righteous, Dot Rotten + Ghetts