Jessie J

Nov
25
Mary J. Blige and Jessie J Duet on ‘The X Factor’ U.K.

Mary J. Blige and Jessie J

Mary J. Blige brought the Christmas spirit overseas. On Sunday, the Queen of Hip-Hop Soul joined forces with British darling Jessie J to perform their duet “Do You Hear What I Hear?” on “The X Factor” U.K. The ladies showed off their powerful pipes, while Jessie traded her blonde hair for black locks.

The song can be found on Mary’s holiday album A Mary Christmas.

Celebrate the season with the big-voiced divas.

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Nov
19
Video: Jessie J – ‘Thunder’

Jessie J

Jessie J strikes again in the electrifying video for “Thunder,” the third single off her sophomore album Alive. Dressed in a black cape and lacy leotard, the blonde Brit dances in the desert as lightning fills the sky.

Starting next year, Jessie will hit the road with Robin Thicke on his North American tour, which kicks off on Feb. 21 in Atlanta.

Watch her light up the night.

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Sep
23
Jessie J and Brandy Perform ‘Conquer the World’ at iTunes Festival

Jessie J

Jessie J celebrated the U.K. release of her sophomore album Alive with a performance at the iTunes Festival in London on Monday. In addition to singing her hits, the blonde-haired Brit brought out Brandy to duet on their empowering anthem “Conquer the World.” The ladies put their powerful pipes on display while belting out the big ballad.

“So overwhelmed right now! Partying with my closest people! Thank you iTunes thank you everyone who gave me love tonight. My heart is heavy with love,” tweeted Jessie.

See the powerhouse divas team up and shut down the stage.

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Sep
13
Robin Thicke Announces Tour with Jessie J

Robin Thicke Tour

Robin Thicke is taking “Blurred Lines” on the road this spring. Following the biggest summer of his career, the R&B crooner has announced dates for a North American tour with Jessie J.

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Sep
4
Justin Timberlake, Pharrell, & Rita Ora Attend GQ Men of the Year Awards

Justin Timberlake, Elton John, and Pharrell

The stars stepped out in style to the GQ Men of the Year Awards in London on Tuesday. Musicians including Justin Timberlake, Pharrell, Rita Ora, and Jessie J mingled with Hollywood A-listers like Michael Douglas, Samuel L. Jackson, and Russell Brand at the black-tie affair.

Fresh off the VMAs, Timberlake was not his smooth self as he read off notecards while presenting Designer of the Year to his friend Tom Ford.

“I don’t pop molly, but I rock Tom Ford,” he said before dancing to Jay Z’s song.

Pharrell, who attended with his fiancée Helen Lasichanh, accepted the award for Performer of the Year and posed for a photo with Timberlake and Elton John.

Rita Ora stunned in a yellow and black zebra-print dress, while MOBO nominee Jessie J turned heads in a midriff-baring black number.

Check out all the glitz and glamorous from the fashionable evening.

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Aug
28
Tracklisting: Jessie J – ‘Alive’

Alive

Next month, Jessie J will return with her sophomore album Alive. The blonde Brit has revealed the back cover art and tracklisting on Twitter.

The 13-track follow-up to her 2011 debut Who You Are includes appearances from Brandy, Becky G, Big Sean, and Dizzee Rascal, plus production from Dr. Luke, Ammo, and Claude Kelly.

“It’s a lot of big vocals, a lot of vocal tricks, but still huge pop choruses,” Kelly told Rap-Up TV. “She’s colorful and over the top so you’re gonna have that still.”

U.K. fans will be able to get their hands on the album first come September 23. See the tracklisting below.

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Aug
18
Album Cover: Jessie J – ‘Alive’

Alive

Jessie J comes Alive on the cover of her sophomore album. The British sensation shows off her shaved blonde head, wearing only hoop earrings in the close-up photo, which she revealed on Twitter.

Due September 23, the follow-up to her 2011 debut Who You Are features the Big Sean and Tinie Tempah-assisted single “Wild” and “It’s My Party,” with contributions from Becky G (“Excuse My Rude”), Claude Kelly, Dr. Luke, Ammo, and Pharrell.

“It’s a lot of big vocals, a lot of vocal tricks, but still huge pop choruses,” Kelly told Rap-Up TV. “She’s colorful and over the top so you’re gonna have that still.”

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