''I want to write music that's going to appeal to everyone,'' Justice said. ''As far as production, I don't think I've quite found my sound yet. ... I want to work with producers who are unique and have a different sound.''
Justice, 19, said she's unsure when she'll release her own material, but ''Victorious 2.0'' - the show's second soundtrack - made its debut at No. 18 on the Billboard charts this month. Justice co-wrote some of the tracks, which also features her castmates.
Episodes from the third season of ''Victorious'' air Saturdays.
She said despite the show's young nature, the soundtrack is for all ages.
''It's just not kids' music. A lot of the lyrics are actually smart and sophisticated,'' she said.
The entertainer said her musical influences range from Britney Spears to Carole King. The teen only had six days off last year, and her schedule will get even busier when she launches her tour Aug. 2 in Costa Mesa, Calif. It wraps up Sept. 14 in Allegan, Mich.
''I want my sound to be different from the music that's been on 'Victorious,''' she said. ''I want there to be a distinction between 'Victorious' songs and Victoria Justice songs.''
In the film, Justice's character hopes to attend New York University, but in real life she says she doesn't have plans to go to college.
''To be honest, with you I'm so busy,'' she said. ''I don't have any time to think about college right now. I feel like maybe down the road I might take online college courses in subjects I'm interested in like English and psychology.''
The film is in theaters Oct. 26.