British singer Jessie J is preparing to release her new album, the follow-up to her debut album Who You Are, and the star has spoken about what fans can expect from the new record. Jessie J became a household name, thanks to Who You Are and it seems that she is sticking to what she knows.
While Jessie J has already admitted that her album will be a little tamer than Who You Are, in a bid to accommodate her younger fans, she has revealed that the new album will see a number of the same collaborations that made such a success.
While speaking to Capital FM, Jessie J explained, "I worked with Dr. Luke again. There’s one song on the album that I didn’t write, that Ester Dean wrote, that’s with Calvin Harris… and then everything else I wrote with Claude Kelly or I wrote myself."
One collaboration on the new Jessie J album is the addition of Dizzee Rascal on the track Wild, which has received less than impressive reviews. While we wait for Jessie J's new album to drop, fans of the singer can catch her in her role as coach on The Voice UK, which airs on BBC One on Saturday, June 15 at 7pm.