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Much has changed for Jessie Ware since 2012’s ‘Devotion’. Then she was a rookie singer with only a handful of UK bass collaborations to her name. Now she’s a Brit…

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Finally some new solo material from south London’s darling. Regrouping for another winning collaboration with hot producer Julio Bashmore, this slinky ’90s-style club track is the soul singer at her…

Good news, fans of sultry ’80s R&B ballads! Jessie Ware is here to help us embrace our inner ’80s soul-pop divas with these seductive sweet nothings. Musical chameleon Julio Bashmore…

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…

In 2010 Jessie was working as a reporter for the Jewish Chronicle and providing occasional backing vocals for Jack Peñate. She wasn’t even dreaming of being a popstar. Then she…

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As Jessie Ware drifts onto Somerset House’s open-air courtyard stage in a voluminous black skirt, white shirt, gold jewellery and thick pomped hair she looks like Game Of Thrones’ Catelyn…

Momentarily ditching the throbby dance-pop that’s had her dubbed the downbeat Katy B, on ‘Wildest Moments’ Jessie’s so ‘Ceremonials’-style Florence it makes us want to don big white nighties and…