Jessie J brings debut album release date forward

Singer is also on course for a Number One single

Jessie J brings debut album release date forward

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Jessie J has brought forward the release of her debut album, 'Who You Are', by four weeks to February 28.

The Brits Critics' Choice Award and BBC Sound Of 2011 poll-winner was set to release the album on March 28 to coincide with her UK tour, before she brought the release date forward.

She is also on course to score her first UK Number One, with new single 'Price Tag' leading the way in the official midweek charts.

The song is currently marginally ahead of Bruno Mars' 'Grenade' and Ke$ha's 'We R Who We R', which topped the chart last Sunday (January 30).

Adele is currently outselling Chase and Status in the midweek album chart, with '21' set to be Number One for a second week.

Check NME.COM from 7pm (GMT) on Sunday (February 6) to see who takes the top spots.

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