Jesy Nelson talks about her ‘authentic and fresh’ solo music and how going solo professionally felt like a kind of therapy.
30 year old lyricist talks Align 21 Magazine About her career since leaving Little Mix last year, while posing for a sizzling shoot for the publication, which featured a fiery fire and ice theme and sexy corset costumes.
After leaving the girl group due to mental health concerns, she admits that recording her own music is a form of therapy and admits she is very proud of their ‘authentic and fresh’ track – Including the upcoming Track Boys.
PRO: Jesy Nelson talks about her ‘authentic and fresh’ solo music and how going solo professionally has felt like a form of therapy
Jessie’s shoot for the magazine showed her at her best, featuring the star with bleached tresses and brows in the icy portion of the imagery.
She graced the camera by wearing a plethora of pearls and jewelry and cheekily holding her hand on her cleavage.
Meanwhile the fire side of the shoot saw a dark-haired Jesse with his arms outstretched and his eyes lit up for a sizzling photo.
Jesse commanded the music charts with bandmates Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jade Thirlwall and Perrie Edwards for nine years after finding fame on The X Factor, before leaving the group for his mental health.
Wow: The 30-year-old songstress spoke to Noctis XXI magazine about her career since leaving Little Mix last year, while also posing for a sizzling shoot for the publication, which featured a fiery fire-and-ice theme and sexy Corset costumes included.
In December, she confirmed her permanent departure, just weeks after revealing that she was taking a temporary hiatus from all work commitments.
After much speculation he teased his debut solo single earlier this year and is now on the verge of releasing Boyz, much to the delight of fans.
Jesse said of her new music: ‘As an artist, I want to be authentic in myself. I never want to be given a song because it is a hit. I want my songs to truly come from me because fans can tell when a song is there and when it isn’t…
‘A true artist is what happens when you are really authentic to yourself and tell your stories, to be able to tell my truth and stories that people have never heard before, really cool and quite refreshing Is. It’s like therapy for me.
Back! After leaving the girl group due to mental health concerns, she admits that recording her own music is a form of therapy and admits she is very proud of their ‘authentic and fresh’ track – Including the upcoming Track Boys.
On her new single BOYZ, she added: ‘I wanted to come back with a song where people would say ‘OKAY!’ be like You’re either going to love it or you’re going to hate it and I’ll instead be like, ‘Meh, well…’
Speaking about the theme of the single, Jesse said: ‘I think it’s in your face. I wrote this when I was going through a break-up and it was all I got over. I just love a bad boy. I say this to people all the time… it’s not good for health!’
In 2019, Jessie bravely shared that she once tried to take her own life after years of relentless trolling, and produced her award-winning BBC documentary, Jesy Nelson: Odd One Out, which detailed her struggles in the limelight. did.
The following year, she announced that her mental health problems had now escalated until her departure from the group.
Girls: Little Mix is pictured in June 2019 before the departure of Jesse
His emotional statement read: ‘For all my mixers, the last nine years at Little Mix have been the most incredible time of my life…
‘The truth is, being in a band lately has really taken a toll on my mental health. I find the constant pressure of being in a group of girls and living up to expectations very hard.
‘There comes a time in life when we need to reinvest in taking care of ourselves instead of focusing on making other people happy, and I think…