Jessie Ware Songs Ranked

Jessica Lois Ware (born 15 October 1984) is a British singer-songwriter and podcaster. Her debut studio album Devotion (2012) peaked at number five on the UK Albums Chart and produced the single “Wildest Moments”. Her follow-up record, Tough Love (2014), reached number nine in the United Kingdom. In October 2017, Ware released her third studio album, Glasshouse, by Island Records. Her fourth album, What’s Your Pleasure?, was released in June 2020 to critical acclaim, and reached number three in the United Kingdom. Ware and her mother present a food podcast called Table Manners. Ware’s What’s Your Pleasure? was released on 27 June 2020, after being pushed back from its initial release date of 5 June. The first single from the album, “Adore You”, was released in February 2019. This was followed by “Mirage (Don’t Stop)” in November, “Spotlight” in February 2020, and then “Ooh La La” in April, “Save a Kiss” in May, and “What’s Your Pleasure?” in July. The album was met with widespread critical acclaim. In April 2021, Ware announced an expanded edition of the album titled What’s Your Pleasure? The Platinum Pleasure Edition with a June 11 release date, along with the release of the single “Please” which will be included on the album. The reissue will feature eight additional songs and remixes. Here are all of Jessie Ware’s songs ranked.

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10. Say You Love Me (Tough Love, 2014)

“It sounds different from most electropop because of her warm voice and expression. She worked with several pop producers including the duo BenZel. Tough Love is a mid-tempo song about the difficulty of maintaining a relationship while touring, sung in a high register. The sultry ballad Say You Love Me was co-written by Ed Sheeran, who also does guitar and dubbed backing vocals. Pieces stands out by its use of a real string orchestra. These romantic songs are a perfect background for a relaxed summer evening.”

9. Still Love Me (Devotion, 2012)

“Medio that creates a microcosm of its own liminal space that is where it is placed when mixing this approach of romantic devotion with an ethereally lascivious atmosphere – this parallel is very much carried by Ware, who balanced his interpretation between both worlds and helped to create that Intoxicating reality that remains for its entire duration.”

8. Devotion (Devotion, 2012)

“Here’s a nice album that has some clever production, but it’s not particularly sincere. It’s hollow. The image and the aesthetic are paramount. I mean just look at the cover art. It looks like something straight out of Vogue. There are a couple of standouts as with any record. This is fashionable music for fashionable people.”

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7. Strangest Feeling (Devotion, 2012)

“I would never have thought that I will like such music. But I´m almost in love with all of her tunes. Its not only her voice but the music is so “honest” and innovative. No mass compatible mainstream crap. Sadly we all now that this wont stay as soon as she gets more famous.”

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6. Sweet Talk (Devotion, 2012)

“Jessie Ware is definitely a different sound than what I’m used to. My friend has been begging me to get this album, and with the sale on it, I couldn’t resist. Some of the songs are growing on me, and I’ve grown to really like the album”

5. Imagine It Was Us (Devotion, 2012)

“This song is one of her best ones. it is upbeat and a little haunting in tones, but, it keeps you moving. her voice is just perfect for these kinds of songs. running, sweet talk, tough love, and now imagine it was us… the hits just keep coming… a great song”

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4. Running (Devotion, 2012)

“Incredible voice, beautiful smooth vocals. It’s been a very long time since a new artist has moved me as much as Jessie Ware has. Buy this album, turn down the lights, pour yourself a nice glass of wine, kick back and close your eyes and let her music take you away. You will NOT be disappointed.”

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3. Night Light (Devotion, 2012)

“Wow.. this is definitely one of my favorite songs at the moment, she has an amazing voice, and this song just has such a good beat and I cant get enough of it!”

2. If You’re Never Gonna Move (Devotion, 2012)

“In reality, If You’re Never Gonna Move is just a pair of relatively new singles, which makes the release as an EP seem like a bit of milking given Ware’s recent End of Year List-success. The referenced songs, Sweet Talk and the self-titled If You’re Never Gonna Move, are both bordering on extraordinary. Neither of the songs reach a climax in any significant way, but both prove to be involving and rewarding listens nonetheless. The EP is filled out with a re-release of the self-titled track from her last album, Devotion, as well as a touching cover and a remix. Ware’s voice is at its most stimulating and beautiful in the aforementioned Bobby Caldwell cover, What You Won’t Do For Love, making this a worthy addition to her discography.”

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1. Wildest Moments (Devotion, 2012)

“What an incredible voice Jessie Ware has! I listen to this and I hear the emotion in it that I don’t often hear. Having heard other songs from her album, I also noticed that she sings within her limits: no trying for E above high C. She is also a very good song writer. For a first album, Devotion (from which this was taken) is extremely good. I recommend it to anyone who values quality in vocals, without the shrieking, tremolo or straining of the vocal chords. If her next effort is as good as this one, then we will have found that rarity in today’s music industry”