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Jessie Ware – ‘Night Light’

'Night Light’ is a slice of R&B-inflected pop

Jessie Ware
Photo: Jessie Ware
Jessie Ware might not be JLS’s hottest girl in the world, but she’s the hottest in the indie(ish) sphere right now. ‘Night Light’ is a slice of R&B-inflected pop, blessed with Ware’s smooth-as-Rachel’s-yoghurt vocal and enough kick to keep it out of the MOR danger zone.


Lisa Wright


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