A Pop Powerhouse: The Life and Career of Jessie J Jessie J is a multi-talented British singer-songwriter, actress and musician who has made waves in the music industry with her powerful voice and unique style. Born Jessica Ellen Cornish in Redbridge, London in 1988, she began her music career at the age of 11. She signed with Universal in 2005, releasing her debut album 'Who You Are' in 2011. Her singles 'Do It Like a Dude' and 'Price Tag' were huge international hits. She has since released four studio albums and two EPs, alongside featuring on a number of hit songs with artists like Ariana Grande, Nicki Minaj, B.o.B., and David Guetta. In 2019 she released an EP of original material called 'R.O.S.E'.Jessie J's Impact on Pop Music Jessie J has been a major influence in the pop music scene since her breakout single 'Price Tag' in 2011. She has won several awards, including the BRIT Awards Critics' Choice award in 2011 and two MTV Video Music Awards for Best New Artist in 2012. Her four studio albums have all charted internationally, with her most successful being 'Sweet Talker' in 2014 which reached number 10 on the US Billboard 200 chart. With over ten million singles sold worldwide, Jessie J has become one of the most successful female artists of her generation.Jessie J's Legacy Jessie J continues to influence popular culture through her artistry and activism. She is involved with various charities such as Comic Relief and War Child UK, for which she was appointed an ambassador in 2013. Over the course of her career she has spoken openly about her struggle with health issues and mental health problems, inspiring others to do the same. From writing hit songs to mentoring younger talent on shows like The Voice UK, Jessie J is a true pop pioneer who will continue to leave an impact on music for years to come.