Jessie J has announced that her forthcoming album R.O.S.E. will be released in four parts, with the first part, Realisations, available today.
Obsessions will follow tomorrow (May 23), Sex on May 24 and Empowerment on May 25. Speaking about her new album, Jessie said: “It’s crazy that its been 4 years since I released new music. I have done so much growing in the last few years. You can hear it in the music, the songs on R.O.S.E. are simply me singing my diary in a melody. I am so grateful and happy that anyone who has been waiting for this record in full will finally have it.”
Check out R.O.S.E.(Realisations) below.
Jessie made her long awaited comeback and unveiled ‘Think About That’, the first track from R.O.S.E., back in September. She later followed up with ‘Not My Ex’ and ‘Queen’ before heading out on a sold out intimate worldwide tour. Now, she is ready to share her most real album yet in full.
Oh Lord (Interlude)
Think About That
Easy On Me
Not My Ex
Four Letter Word
One Night Lover
Rose Challenge (Interlude)
I Believe in Love
In addition to releasing the first part of her album, a few days ago Jessie unveiled the powerful music video for her new single ‘Queen’, taken from R.O.S.E. (Sex). The video celebrates a series of women from multicultural backgrounds including Lizzie Velásquez, star of the powerful documentary A Brave Heart: The Lizzie Velásquez Story and Fullscreen’s Unzipped.
Speaking about the song, Jessie said: “The song QUEEN is so much bigger than me. The message it carries and the power the message has, has the potential to live on forever. I truly want as many women around the world to hear the song. To feel the lyric, to believe them, and to sing them OUT LOUD!! It was so important to me to have real women celebrated in the video. There is no better time than now to empower each other and lift each other up. I hope this video and song can help and remind any woman that she is beautiful and is a QUEEN. All women are QUEENS”
Check out the music video for ‘Queen’ below.
Alongside working on her new album, Jessie recently competed on Singer, a singing competition in China. Not only was she the first international artist to ever compete on the show, but she also won the programme after wowing viewers each week.