Welcome to Miss Jessie J, the new online resource for BRIT Winner Jessie J. Jessie hit the charts with her #1 debut album
'Who You Are' as well as hit album 'Alive'. Her latest song 'Think About That' is out now, and the new album 'R.O.S.E' is coming soon!
Keep checking back daily for news updates and photos.

jessiej / October 29th, 2017

Jessie continued her tour in Los Angeles on 26th October at the Troubadour! 284 HQ photos have been added below, apologies if there’s a few duplicates, there was a lot of photos to sort through:


jessiej / October 19th, 2017

Hey Jessie! You’ve just done your first UK shows in a while. What’s it been like to be back on stage?

“It was really, really good. I’m so excited to be back. It’s always weird seeing my Mum and Dad in the crowd because I kinda just stare at them and then think, sh*t, there’s another 1,400 people to look at!

The song’s you’ve put out so far from the new album – Think About That and Not My Ex – are a pretty drastic switch-up in your sound, aren’t they?

“Yeah, they are different. It’s a new energy. I’m in a different place in my life. I’m not saying I’m a different person – I’m still me, but I’ve grown a lot and learned a lot and I wanted to write in a different way on this record.”

Your sounds has always been quite radio friendly, whereas these new songs feel like you’re almost rebelling against that.

“Honestly, I was just writing. I was just being an artist. It’s not about the media or what other people think. I am doing this for myself. “Who You Are was before the fame and this stuff is very much after great success and things that haven’t gone so great, and being in the public eye. Having that experience and coming out of it, if I keep on going down this road of just putting out songs that I haven’t written, in a genre that isn’t really dear to my heart, I’m kinda treading dangerous waters. I need to nurture and feed the side of me that is why I did this in the first place.

“This is not me saying I’m never going to do another Bang Bang, but for me to do another Bang Bang, I need to do a Think About That as well. Instead of me being 90% outside in and 10% inside out, it’s now the opposite for me.”

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jessiej / October 18th, 2017


Record a video of yourself lip-synching to the song, sitting down, from the waist up! Upload it to youtube & submit it on this page. Use the hashtag #NOTMYEX. I will be using the best videos for something special! X

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jessiej / October 13th, 2017

jessiej / October 6th, 2017

‘Not My Ex’ is available on all streaming platforms & iTunes! The music video will be launching soon!

jessiej / October 2nd, 2017

‘Not My Ex’ is going to be released on all streaming/music platforms on 6th Oct!

jessiej / September 25th, 2017

With a musical style that blends hip hop with EDM and pop elements, Flo Rida has amassed fans around the globe and South China is no exception, which is why we are happy to announce he will be performing in Shenzhen alongside English singer-songwriter Jessie J on December 1. But before we dive into the nitty-gritty details of the concert, let’s take a look at some photos of the Red Dragon Entertainment media conference, held September 22, to announce the upcoming performance:

The media event was held this past Friday, September 22, at the Hilton Shenzhen Shekou Nanhai

While neither Jessie J or Flo Rida are first-time performers in China (Jessie performed her debut shows in 2014, while ‘Rida’ has visited many a Middle Kingdom music festival), their December 1 concert at Shenzhen Universiade Stadium will be the first time they share the stage together in the PRC.

Jessie J has been awarded numerous accolades since signing with Gut Records in 2005, including the Critics’ Choice Award at the 2011 Brit Awards for her debut single ‘Do It Like A Dude.’ Also among her accomplishments: chart-topping tracks (‘Nobody’s Perfect,’ ‘Who You Are,’ ‘Domino’ and ‘Laserlight,’ to name a few) and a guest appearance at the Closing Ceremony of the 2012 London Olympic Games.

“This year, there is a hip-hop fever in China,” said one Red Dragon Entertainment staffer. “The [concert], which has been prepared for a long time, is aiming to offer everybody Flo Rida’s authentic American hip hop, as well as international star Jessie J’s elegant demeanor. We believe the concert will be unforgettable.”


jessiej / September 21st, 2017

Jessie J has added a further London show due to demand. The pop star, who recently returned with a new single, Think About That, will call at the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire on October 12, following up a stop at KOKO and shows in Birmingham and Manchester.

Tickets are on sale at 9am on September 22 (tomorrow)!


jessiej / September 16th, 2017

Her hiatus between albums: It’s nothing less and nothing more than just growing as a woman from 25-30. It’s a big time. Everything that happened during those three years can be put into each of the four words in the R.O.S.E. acronym—Realizations, Obsessions, Sex and Empowerment. I was reassessing life: love, heartbreak, business decisions, had I achieved enough, was I happy where I am. In the two years that I did The Voice in Australia, I was diagnosed with some health issues that I’m not ready to talk about that I had to really face as a woman. I also lost my grandparents and didn’t have time to grieve. The hardest part about being an artist is that you have to open your wounds to heal other people’s and you don’t often get the time to heal your own.

I needed to be with my real feelings. I wasn’t enjoying the music I was making as much as I should. I wasn’t writing because I didn’t want to make music that escaped me from that. I wanted to make music that put me in the feeling. But to do that I had to be really strong; to know that I wasn’t going to be able to be pushed and fall over. That’s why it took me a long time. I don’t feel that I’ve ever learned so much about myself at any other time in my life.

What she learned: That I’m pretty normal. I like going for long walks, working out, bowling, visiting museums, cooking/eating better, meditation, laughing, watching what’s going on in the world and knowing I can give back. I learned who Jessica is again. It wasn’t me giving up. It was me actually not wanting to give up.

Collaborating with DJ Camper on “Think About That”:  We were sitting down last September working on the Make Up For Ever campaign. He put the “Think About That” beat on repeat before going outside for a break. I called him a dickhead because I still didn’t feel creative yet. I hadn’t really written a song for two years, just some poetry. But as I sat there and listened to the beat, words started to come out. I was in the booth recording with the engineer when Camper came back. “If you don’t write music,” he said, “I’ll be fucking angry. This is what you do and who you are.” For someone I hardly knew to say that to me … I don’t think he understands how much impact that moment had on me in that someone was praising something that I hadn’t been celebrated for in a long time. I was discovered through my songwriting but success takes you on different paths. I didn’t write “Bang, Bang,” “Burn It Up” or “Masterpiece.” I felt I’d lost my flair that made me special.

The message within the “Think” video: I wanted the storyline to be simple because I wanted people to hear the lyric. I wrote the treatment and edited it myself with director Erik Rojas and creative director Brian Ziff, who also did the album shoot. The video ties in with the R.O.S.E. video, which I also wrote and edited. It ends with me in the pose on my knees holding a rose and tied up. So I start the video tied up on my knees in a blank space, holding the rose and tearing it apart. The mask and fishnet I’m wearing is me living through other people that have hurt me. Then I shoot myself into myself; it’s like taking back the power. That’s my favorite part of the video.

Major difference between R.O.S.E. and her previous albums: My influences have been Jill Scott, Erykah Badu, Lauryn Hill and Whitney Houston. The music I made for this album is the music I listen to. That was the biggest thing I wanted to change. I wanted to be able to put my album on at home and want to listen to it—and I do. It’s like the makeup that you love on other people might be completely opposite to what you can wear yourself. So for me I think my strength is in this type of music and that what I’m naturally good at is doing pop. But I wanted to really dig deep, which is why this was so hard. I had to push away some of the things that had become like unnatural natural go-to’s for me. It’s funny.  When I listen to material I wrote when I was 17, it’s more like this. But it wasn’t radio friendly. So when I got signed it was like “we need it to be more pop” so I went that way.  I became this pop machine and I was like, “I’m bored now.” There’s not much music that has feeling in it anymore that’s commercial. Music has to stand the test of time and it also has to reflect the times as Nina Simone said. There are some topics on this album that I know some of my fans are going to find uncomfortable. But you shouldn’t feel safe all the time.


jessiej / September 15th, 2017

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Tour Dates & Shows

14th April | Zermatt Unplugged
18th April |  Laugardalshöll Arena, Reykjavik
6th May | PSDA PetsLife Festival
29th June | TRNSMT Festival

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