If you thought Karmin were just a flash in the pan YouTube sensation, look at them now! The cute couple are gearing up to drop an album, video and possible TV gig soon.

The duo spoke to Billboard at the American Music Awards, where they snagged a new media award. The engaged couple (Nick Noonan and Amy Heidemann) announced their future plans. They're so enthusiastic and they almost finish each other's sentences -- too cute!

"You might be hearing it on the radio soon," Heidemann said of their new single, 'Crash Your Party.' Fans won't have to wait too much longer for more happy hip-hop tracks, either, because their full-length and a TV spot are on the way too.

"We're doing a big TV show as well but we can't tell you what it is!" Heidemann teased.

They were much more forthcoming about their debut album. "The album will be coming out in February. The album -- we are not excited about it at all," Noonan deadpanned. "We do not want to play it live for anybody, we don't want to do anything with it ... we're very excited."

Heidemann and Noonan, who struck fame with a viral cover of Chris Brown's 'Look at Me Now,' will stick with the formula that's worked for them -- but instead of covering Lil Wayne's '6 Foot 7 Foot' and LMFAO's 'Party Rock Anthem,' they're going to work with original tracks.

"There's a lot of rapping on it," Heidemann enthused. Noonan affirmed, "Multiple rappings."

Watch Karmin's Interview at the American Music Awards