Jessie J – A young talent singer

Jessie J, who was born in 1988, is a famous singer in English world. Due to her exceptional voice,she started to play role in the West End musical Whistle Down the Wind on the stage in her 11 years old. Recently Jessie J is a contestant on a Chinese talent show Singer. We all known that this is not the first time for Jessie J to join TV show, and she had been a judge for the first two series of The Voice UK. She has released many infectious pop hits, such as “Price Tag”, “Do It Like a Dube”, “Bang Bang” and so on. Furthermore, her tracks win the numerous awards including BRITs and MOBOs. Let me review some her classical songs.

  1. Domino

In the Chinese TV show Singer, Jessie J performed “Domino”, which peaked at number 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States. “Domino” is produced by Dr. Luke and Cirkut, and Jessie J had co-wrote it. Musically, “Domino” is an electropop and dance-pop song. Under the influence of Whitney Houston and Prince, Jessie J came up with an idea to write a song that is “timeless, fun and uplifting”

 2.Think About That

Jessie J announced “Think About That” as the lead single of her fourth studio album, R.O.S.E on 15 September 2017.The sassy new track calls out a “traitor” who betrayed Jessie, with the lyrics slamming the mystery person for using her fame to make money. Produced by DJ Camper, Jessie says that writing the song got her out of a rut with her music. After the album, Jessie J starts her tour shows.The video for the new single features Jessie in bondage-esque clothing, and is shot in black and white as she struggles to get out of ropes tying her up. Jessie J Erik Rojas and Brian Ziff directed the movie video, and released as the same day. So why not download them to enjoy repeatedly.

  1. I Have Nothing

“I Have Nothing” is not from Jessie J’s album, but is wrote by Whitney Houston. Jessie J had performed in the TV show “the Singer” to memory Whitney Houston. And she got the obligatory sob story out of it by saying she chose the song because she, er, stayed in the same hotel as Whitney when she died. Bit of a stretch, that, Jessie. Some person guess, if you’re going to sing in public for the first time in a year or two, might as well do it somewhere none of your fans will see you. Doing it in the shower probably would have been easier though.

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