History Music / JessieJ

31st Jan '16 12:28:28 PM missmoon
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* ActingForTwo: All three adults in the "Who's Laughing Now" video are played by Jessie J, along with herself.

** Taken to another level in "Wild". On the British single, both Big Sean and Dizzie Rascal do verses, with only a chorus separating them. In the American single, only Big Sean gets to rap.
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** Taken to another level in "Wild". On the British single, both Big Sean and Dizzie Dizzee Rascal do verses, with only a chorus separating them. In the American single, only Big Sean gets to rap.

* BlackSheepHit: "Do It Like A Dude" is not like anything on her debut album ... for better or worse.

* DoingItForTheArt: The message of "Price Tag".
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* DoingItForTheArt: [[invoked]] The message of "Price Tag".

** Her debut single "Do It Like A Dude" was written for {{Rihanna}}.
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** Her debut single "Do It Like A Dude" was written for {{Rihanna}}.Music/{{Rihanna}}.

* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Her single "Nobody's Perfect" is, [[RefugeInAudacity for some bizarre reason]], [[DigitalPiracyIsEvil widely torrented since its release, especially on Demonoid]].

* NoExportForYou: ''Alive'' was never released in America. It was planned to be released in America for some time, but it was eventually cancelled when ''Sweet Talker'' came out.
19th Aug '15 1:55:49 AM DynastiNoble
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* AliceAllusion: The tea party table in "Nobody's Perfect. * AnalogyBackfire: "Masterpiece" is supposed to be a positive song about accepting your flaws, but a few lines have the effect of discrediting her previous work as "not that great", specifically, "You haven't seen the best of me/I'm still working on my masterpiece". One negative review offers another example, in that "a song about being undaunted by mistakes in the public eye seems delusional when sung by someone with no persona to speak of."
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* AliceAllusion: The tea party table in "Nobody's Perfect. Perfect". * AnalogyBackfire: "Masterpiece" is supposed to be a positive song about accepting your flaws, but a few lines have the effect of discrediting her previous work as "not that great", specifically, "You haven't seen the best of me/I'm still working on my masterpiece". One negative review offers another example, in that "a song about being undaunted by mistakes in the public eye seems delusional when sung by someone with no persona to speak of."of".

* FlippingTheBird: Jessie J flashes both the middle finger and the inverted-V in "Who's Laughing Now."
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* FlippingTheBird: Jessie J flashes both the middle finger and the inverted-V in "Who's Laughing Now."Now".
3rd Aug '15 3:41:39 AM SailorGoldRabbit
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* TrueCompanions: She is best friends with fellow British singer Music/{{Adele}}, with whom she went to school with.
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* TrueCompanions: She is best friends with fellow British singer Music/{{Adele}}, with whom she went to school with.school.
24th Feb '15 6:12:33 PM 8BrickMario
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* AliceAllusion: The tea party table in "Nobody's Perfect"
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* AliceAllusion: The tea party table in "Nobody's Perfect"Perfect. * AnalogyBackfire: "Masterpiece" is supposed to be a positive song about accepting your flaws, but a few lines have the effect of discrediting her previous work as "not that great", specifically, "You haven't seen the best of me/I'm still working on my masterpiece". One negative review offers another example, in that "a song about being undaunted by mistakes in the public eye seems delusional when sung by someone with no persona to speak of."
24th Feb '15 6:03:18 PM 8BrickMario
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* TakeThat: The whole point of "Who's Laughing Now?" at former classmates. It'd also directed at those who put her down as children and now act interested because of her fame.
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* TakeThat: The whole point of "Who's Laughing Now?" at former classmates. It'd It's also directed at those who put her down as children and now act interested because of her fame.
28th Dec '14 6:19:47 PM 8BrickMario
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* {{Hipocrisy}}: "Bang Bang" has been criticized for being directly contrary to "Price Tag". In "Price Tag", she says that she's in music to make people happy. "Bang Bang" seems like a way to earn money and give Jessie attention in the U.S., especially since it features [[Music/ArianaGrande two]] other [[Music/NickiMinaj artists]] that are more well known in America. "Price Tag" shows disdain for "video hoes", while "Bang Bang" is all about sex and the artists in the video get some provocative shots.
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* {{Hipocrisy}}: {{Hypocrisy}}: "Bang Bang" has been criticized for being directly contrary to "Price Tag". In "Price Tag", she says that she's in music to make people happy. "Bang Bang" seems like a way to earn money and give Jessie attention in the U.S., especially since it features [[Music/ArianaGrande two]] other [[Music/NickiMinaj artists]] that are more well known in America. "Price Tag" shows disdain for "video hoes", while "Bang Bang" is all about sex and the artists in the video get some provocative shots.
28th Dec '14 6:18:17 PM 8BrickMario
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: While "Domino" uses several innocent similes, there's this line: --> You've got me breathing like I'm running 'cause you're taking me there...
28th Dec '14 6:08:19 PM 8BrickMario
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* PetitePride: While she wasn't very pleased about the "Jessie J has no boobs" comments circulating around, Jessie did say that she is perfectly comfortable with herself, saying that you don't need big breasts to be beautiful.
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* PetitePride: While she wasn't very pleased about the "Jessie J has no boobs" comments circulating around, Jessie did say that she is perfectly comfortable with herself, saying and that you don't need big breasts to be beautiful.
28th Dec '14 6:08:03 PM 8BrickMario
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* PetitePride: While she wasn't very pleased about the "Jessie J has no boobs" comments circulating around, Jessie did say that she is perfectly comfortable with herself, saying that you don't need big breasts to be beautiful.
28th Dec '14 5:35:52 PM 8BrickMario
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* {{Hipocrisy}}: "Bang Bang" has been criticized for being directly contrary to "Price Tag". In "Price Tag", she says that she's in music to make people happy. "Bang Bang" seems like a way to earn money and give Jessie attention in the U.S., especially since it features [[Music/ArianaGrande two]] other [[Music/NickiMinaj artists]] that are more well known in America. "Price Tag" shows disdain for "video hoes", while "Bang Bang" is all about sex and the artists in the video get some provocative shots.

* SelfDeprecation: Calls out "video hoes" in "Price Tag". In the music video, that line is sung over a brief shot of Jessie in her thug outfit from "Do it Like a Dude".
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* SelfDeprecation: Jessie Calls out "video hoes" in "Price Tag". In the music video, that line is sung over a brief shot of Jessie in her thug outfit from "Do it Like a Dude".
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