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Jessie J – Who’s Laughing Now

“Music is about making a change but also being able to laugh at yourself. I think this song tells a story a lot of people have been through and I hope it will raise awareness to the serious issue of bullying.”



August 22nd sees the release of ‘Who’s Laughing Now’, the new single from chart topping, Brit award winning artist Jessie J. In just a few short months Jessie has sold an astonishing 500,000 copies of her platinum-selling album, which hasn’t left the UK top 10 since it’s release over fifteen weeks ago. Her last single release, ‘Nobody’s Perfect’ saw Jessie secure her third consecutive top 10 UK, while ‘Price Tag’ has clocked up a phenomenal 97 millions views on YouTube.

‘Who’s Laughing Now’ is fully loaded with Jessie’s signature powerhouse vocals and a killer-pop chorus but on closer listen the lyrics tell a more personal story, delving into Jessie’s childhood memories of playground bullying and not fitting in. Full of punch with an inspiring message this track is set to soar over the airwaves this summer.

With one sell-out UK tour already firmly under her belt,Jessie is set to embark on another more ambitious run of dates later this year.  She continues to fly the British flag around the world, currently sitting comfortably in the top 10 in over 30 countries, racking up 16 #1’s globally. Already Jessie has sold over 1 million albums and 3 millions singles worldwide.

Despite a serious injury to her foot Jessie is determined to power on through the summer with major UK festival appearances at Glastonbury, V Festival, Oxegen and T in the Park to name a few. ‘Who’s Laughing Now’ promises to keep Jessie J at the forefront of British pop music and proudly representing UK music around the globe.

Info from Anna Meacham
Photo from Elne


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