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August 20, 2013
Justin Timberlake, Thirty Seconds to Mars + More to Headline iTunes Festival!

It was announced in May that JT, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Jack Johnson and Jessie J among others would headline the iTunes Festival in London. 

'Running every night in September at the Roundhouse, the iTunes Festival features over 60 acts performing at the legendary venue. Performances can be watched live or on-demand by millions of iOS users around the world on their iPhone®, iPad® or iPod touch®, as well as by music fans with iTunes on their computer or in stunning HD with Apple TV®. Tickets are free for competition winners only.'

“This year’s iTunes Festival is the best ever with an incredible lineup of global superstars and stellar emerging artists,” said Eddy Cue, Apple’s senior vice president of Internet Software and Services. “Music fans around the world are going to love watching this incredible month of music, whether in London at the Roundhouse or on their iOS device. We’re honored so many renowned artists are part of this year’s lineup.”

According to a press release from Apple: 

Music fans from across the world, including the US, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Europe, Japan and Mexico can win tickets to the iTunes Festival through competitions run by local media partners. In the UK, fans can win tickets using the iTunes Festival app and the iTunes Store® as well as select media partners including Channel 4, Global Radio and Metro. 

I’m going to hit up my contact to see if there are any further updates! This is pretty awesome and hopefully I can make the trip to witness this awesomness!

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The Festival runs September 1-30 2013! Go here for more!

UPDATE: Kendrick Lamar, Lady Gaga, Avicii and Ellie Goulding will be participating as well!

May 29, 2013

NEW VIDEO: WILD - JESSIE J FEAT. BIG SEAN + DIZZEE RASCAL

Check out the new visuals directed by Emil Nava!

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June 21, 2012
JAY-Z, RIHANNA, ELTON JOHN To Perform at London Olympic Arts Festival:

Musical stars, including Jay-ZRihannaDavid Guetta and Elton John, films from the likes of Alfred Hitchcock and Mike Leigh and art from Yoko Ono and others will all be part of the London 2012 Festival, a cultural celebration across Britain tied to the Summer Olympics that kicks off on Thursday.

The festival, which runs through Sept. 9, includes 12,000 events and performances across the country in celebration of the Summer and Paralympic Games. Organizers say there will be 10 million tickets for free and paid-for events in such fields as film, music, theater, fashion, dance and art. The festival’s web site describes it as “the biggest festival the U.K. has ever seen.”

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June 5, 2012
British singer-songwriter Jessie J sings a duet with US singer-songwriter Will.i.am during the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Concert at Buckingham Palace in London on June 4, 2012.

British singer-songwriter Jessie J sings a duet with US singer-songwriter Will.i.am during the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Concert at Buckingham Palace in London on June 4, 2012.

April 14, 2012
What?! GOTYE’S Smash Hit Almost Didn’t Happen:

After a Six-Month Build, ‘Somebody That I Used To Know’ Is a Breakout Hit, With Nearly 4.5 Million Copies Sold

It’s the hit that almost wasn’t, a simple song that’s become a ­worldwide smash but nearly disappeared before it was even finished. Gotye’s ”Somebody That I Used to Know” started with a spare, nylon-stringed ­guitar riff lifted from “Seville,” an instrumental recording by the late Brazilian bossa nova guitarist Luiz Bonfá.

The two notes, looped, ­became a conversation in the head of Wouter “Wally” De Backer, the ­gregarious 31-year-old Belgian-born, Australia-based artist who performs under the name Gotye (pronounced “Gauthier”). “That Luiz Bonfá sample directly prompted the first line of lyrics,” Gotye recalls, a thick Australian accent burying any trace of his European roots. “The back-and-forth left me thinking about these ­different breakups and different relationships over the years, and the lyrics flowed from there.”

That eureka moment came in the fall of 2010, although it would take Gotye another six months to find the female vocalist who gives the track its knockout punch. In fact, he says he toyed with abandoning “Somebody” at the recording stage, when his (unnamed) original choice of female vocalist pulled out. But fast forward to the present, and “Somebody That I Used to Know” (Samples ‘N’ Seconds/Fairfax/Universal Republic)  a rhythmic, slow-building duet in which two former lovers, portrayed by Gotye and New Zealand singer Kimbra Johnson, trade accusations (“I think of all the times you screwed me over”)  is all but inescapable the world over.

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April 13, 2012
ELLE’S Women In Music Celebrated Jessie J & More!

On Wednesday night (April 11), ELLE magazine celebrated its third annual women in music event at the Avalon in Hollywood. Some of pop’s brightest starlets strutted down the red carpet to pay tribute to rising stars as well as accomplished songbirds. Leading songstresses and performers in attendance included Ellie GouldingJessie JNicole Scherzinger and Amy Heidemann of Karmin.

"We are celebrating some of the youngest, most exciting voices in music today," said ELLE editor-in-chief Robbie Myers at the start of the show. “Of course they have great style, but what we’re really interested in is their records and everything that they have to say about what’s going on right now.”

Goulding was the first performer to hit the stage, playing a four-song set including hits “Under the Sheets,” “Salt Skinned,” “Starry Eyed” and “Lights.” Next up was Danish singer-songwriter Oh Land, who rocked out to a five-song set loaded with 3D graphics and featuring songs “Sun of a Gun,” Wolfe and I,” “White Nights,” “We Turn it Up” and “Voodoo.” Jessie J lit up the stage in a body-hugging pink leopard catsuit, black booties and two-toned hair, as she closed out the evening with a four-song set including hits “Do it Like a Dude,” “Nobody’s Perfect,” Price Tag” and “Domino.” 

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March 30, 2012
TOP 5 SONGS PLAYED IN DANCE CLUBS WEEK OF 4-07-12:
#1  DOMINO  -JESSIE J
#2  NAKED  -DEV & ENRIQUE IGLESIAS
#3  RESPECT  -MELANIE AMARO
#4  LOVE ON TOP  -BEYONCE
#5  SHE GETS DOWN ON HER KNEES  -ONO
HONORABLE MENTION:  #7  GIRL GONE WILD  -MADONNA *GREATEST GAINER*

TOP 5 SONGS PLAYED IN DANCE CLUBS WEEK OF 4-07-12:

#1  DOMINO  -JESSIE J

#2  NAKED  -DEV & ENRIQUE IGLESIAS

#3  RESPECT  -MELANIE AMARO

#4  LOVE ON TOP  -BEYONCE

#5  SHE GETS DOWN ON HER KNEES  -ONO

HONORABLE MENTION:  #7  GIRL GONE WILD  -MADONNA *GREATEST GAINER*

March 21, 2012
TOP 5 POP SONGS WEEK OF MARCH 24, 2012:
#1  STRONGER (WHAT DOESN’T KILL ..)  -KELLY CLARKSON
#2  SET FIRE TO THE RAIN  -ADELE
#3  TURN ME ON  -DAVID GUETTA FEAT. NICKI MINAJ
#4  DOMINO  -JESSIE J
#5  ASS BACK HOME  -GYM CLASS HEROES FEAT. NEON HITCH

TOP 5 POP SONGS WEEK OF MARCH 24, 2012:

#1  STRONGER (WHAT DOESN’T KILL ..)  -KELLY CLARKSON

#2  SET FIRE TO THE RAIN  -ADELE

#3  TURN ME ON  -DAVID GUETTA FEAT. NICKI MINAJ

#4  DOMINO  -JESSIE J

#5  ASS BACK HOME  -GYM CLASS HEROES FEAT. NEON HITCH

January 13, 2012
Adele, Coldplay, Florence & The Machine and Jessie J were among the British artists to earn multiple 2012 BRIT Award nominations, which were announced on Thursday (Jan. 12). The 32nd annual BRIT Awards, which honor the best popular music coming out of the U.K., will be held on Feb. 21. Adele picked up nominations for Best British Female Solo Artist, Mastercard British Album of the Year for sophomore smash “21,” and Best British Single for her Hot 100-topping “Someone Like You.” Coldplay’s fifth full-length, “Mylo Xyloto,” joins “21” in the Album of the Year category, while the rockers are also up for Best British Group.
See the full breakdown at Billboard.com

Adele, Coldplay, Florence & The Machine and Jessie J were among the British artists to earn multiple 2012 BRIT Award nominations, which were announced on Thursday (Jan. 12). The 32nd annual BRIT Awards, which honor the best popular music coming out of the U.K., will be held on Feb. 21. 

Adele picked up nominations for Best British Female Solo Artist, Mastercard British Album of the Year for sophomore smash “21,” and Best British Single for her Hot 100-topping “Someone Like You.” Coldplay’s fifth full-length, “Mylo Xyloto,” joins “21” in the Album of the Year category, while the rockers are also up for Best British Group.

See the full breakdown at Billboard.com

January 4, 2012

JESSIE J - DOMINO

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November 28, 2011
November 17: Jessie J bears a grin at Children In Need Rocks Manchester in Manchester, England.
I’m LOVING her album!

November 17: Jessie J bears a grin at Children In Need Rocks Manchester in Manchester, England.

I’m LOVING her album!

September 2, 2011
Jessie J leads nominees for U.K.’s MOBO Awards! Fresh off a stint as the house performer at the MTV Video Music Awards, “Price Tag” singer Jessie J leads all nominees for Great Britain’s MOBO Awards with five nominations, including Best UK Act.
Jessie J’s debut single, “Do It Like a Dude,” is nominated for Best Video and Best Song, following its ascent to No. 2 on the UK charts late last year. Additionally, the London-born songstress is in the running for Best Newcomer and Best Album for debut disc “Who You Are.”

After running in London since its first ceremony in 1995, the MOBOs (short for “Music Of Black Origin”) will be held at the SECC arena in Glasgow, Scotland on Oct. 5. R&B singer Jason DeRulo will serve as host, with Jessie J, Katy B and Alexis Jordan set to perform. A tribute to the late Amy Winehouse will also be held.

British acts Tinie Tempah and JLS topped the winners at last year’s MOBOs, while other 2011 nominees include Beyoncé, Adele, and Nicki Minaj, all up for Best International Act. Fans can vote for this year’s winners at the MOBO’s official website.

Via Billboard.com

Jessie J leads nominees for U.K.’s MOBO Awards! Fresh off a stint as the house performer at the MTV Video Music Awards, “Price Tag” singer Jessie J leads all nominees for Great Britain’s MOBO Awards with five nominations, including Best UK Act.

Jessie J’s debut single, “Do It Like a Dude,” is nominated for Best Video and Best Song, following its ascent to No. 2 on the UK charts late last year. Additionally, the London-born songstress is in the running for Best Newcomer and Best Album for debut disc “Who You Are.”

After running in London since its first ceremony in 1995, the MOBOs (short for “Music Of Black Origin”) will be held at the SECC arena in Glasgow, Scotland on Oct. 5. R&B singer Jason DeRulo will serve as host, with Jessie J, Katy B and Alexis Jordan set to perform. A tribute to the late Amy Winehouse will also be held.

British acts Tinie Tempah and JLS topped the winners at last year’s MOBOs, while other 2011 nominees include BeyoncéAdele, and Nicki Minaj, all up for Best International Act. Fans can vote for this year’s winners at the MOBO’s official website.

Via Billboard.com

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