British singer Jessie J has taken a bit of a swipe at some of her fellow artists, by slamming those who have swearing on their songs. Jessie admits that she did have some swearing on her upcoming second album but decided to remove any inappropriate language from the record.
Jessie J says that she understands that she has now developed a much younger fanbase, thanks to her time as a coach on The Voice, and she does not want them to have to miss out on her music because of some swearing. She explained, "I want everyone to be able to hear it, families to not have to skip that song in the car."
It is not the first time that Jessie J has had a dig at her fellow stars, after previously slamming those who set a bad example to their young fans. She tweeted, "…I will openly say the amount of pictures including men and woman nude and girls and guys promoting smoking drugs on the internet these days is a lot."
While fans await the second Jessie J album, which follows her hugely successful debut album Who You Are, Jessie has teased her upcoming single Wild, which features Dizzee Rascal and Big Sean.
Are you looking forward to the release of the new Jessie album?