Jessie J Leaves Tinie Tempah Management

Published: Monday 12th Oct 2015 by Sam

Last year Jessie J reached supersonic highs with ‘Bang Bang,’ however its parent album ‘Sweet Talker’ didn’t take over the charts as planned.

Still, the belter blazed on, playing over 100 shows and multiple festivals

With the era having recently wrapped, so too has J’s partnership with her management company.

Details below…

After just one year, it has been confirmed that the singer is no longer signed with Disturbing London – home of Brit-bred rapper Tinie Tempah.

Interestingly, it was the MC himself who revealed the news (which many in the industry have been murmuring about for some time) at a recent event.

Speaking to The Mirror, Tempah said:

“My manager was taking care of her. And at the time there was a lot going on. I haven’t really spoken to her since they stopped working together. So I don’t really have feelings towards it.

People are managed by different people all the time – it’s quite a normal part of the game.”

Hmm. Very interesting, especially as – sales aside – Jessie’s visibility this “era” has been the best it’s been in years. One has to wonder how much of that was the label compared to management? And if indeed, management’s doing, what then led to the break-up?

Whatever the case, we wish Jessie the best. She’s a phenomenal talent and one we’re sure will continue to wow the masses for years to come.

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  1. al October 12, 2015

    Her promo was poor after Bang Bang wrong choices after it and i didnt understand the tiny tour in the UK. Much love for jessie but her campaign was a hot ass mess

  2. ChakaYonce October 12, 2015

    David said this would happen.

  3. IKNOWTHETRUTH October 12, 2015


  4. Ciah’s Turtle October 12, 2015

    ohhhh, that picture is ova !! =)

  5. Matthew Charlery-Smith October 12, 2015

    She got so much right about her first era. It was bright, colour duo, attractive and appealed to the kids most importantly; they like to grow with their Pop faves. 2nd album came out and she’d shaved her hair off, looked grim and had a very aggressive, angry vibe about her presentation. This was an instant turn off.

    She went from a mix of Perry and Gaga to a dark, Born This Way Gaga in a flash and they’ve faced similar results commercially. Difference is Gaga was a global sensation so she actually still has loyal fans worldwide; Jessie J, by contrast, seems quite local.

  6. Musika October 13, 2015

    She needs to make more music in the same vein as Price Tag & Domino. I like that little reggae beat that she does in those songs

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