Jessica Ellen Cornish (born 27 March 1988), known professionally as Jessie J, is an English singer-songwriter. Born and raised in London, she began her career on stage, aged 11, with a role in the West End musical Whistle Down the Wind. She studied at the BRIT School before signing with Gut Records and striking a songwriting deal with Sony/ATV Music Publishing. Citing various influences, Jessie J is recognized for an unconventional musical and performance style that mixes soul vocals with contemporary R&B, pop, electropop, and hip-hop beats. She has received various accolades throughout her career, including the 2011 Critics’ Choice Brit Award and the BBC’s Sound of 2011. Jessie J has supported various charitable causes and has appeared on the UK charity telethons BBC Children in Need and Comic Relief. She has served as a coach on the competition series The Voice UK, The Voice Australia, and The Voice Kids UK. In 2018, Jessie J received widespread recognition in China following her appearance in the Hunan TV reality program Singer (previously called I Am a Singer). Here are all of Jessie J’s albums ranked.
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3. Sweet Talker (2014)
“Opener “Ain’t Been Done”, is brilliant, and “Burnin’ Up” is simply dancefloor GOLD. Moving further on into the album and we have two more brilliant songs : “Masterpiece”, and Said Too Much” which are damn impressive songs positioned perfectly on the album.”
2. Alive (2013)
“Jessie J is one of the most talented musicians of her generation and she does not disappoint with this album! I was a huge fan of her first CD, but she stepped it up 100% with ‘Alive’. It’s amazing how much she has grown as a vocalist and performer, especially when she had proved her enormous talent from the start. This album has been on repeat since it came out, and it’s one of those albums in which you never want to skip over a song. “
1. Who You Are (2011)
“I love it. The songs are catchy and musically good. (though some do have some meaning, I suppose) However, she should know that the “Mamma Knows Best” is not exactly the best way for a pop singer to reach their target audience…”