Jessie J looks set to dive into her split from Channing Tatum as she announces upcoming album release
Jessie J seems to be ready to share some of the intimate details of her love life, and possibly her former relationship with Channing Tatum.
The 33-year-old singer-songwriter told British Capital FM on Wednesday that his new LP, which has no name yet, will kick off with a very personal break-up song.
While she doesn’t mention it by name, the track may be inspired by her most recent ex, Channing, 41, who she started dating in 2018.
“The first song is about being in a relationship and someone ignoring it,” she explained. “You know, when you go through a breakup and someone says, ‘OK, bye.’
Going personal: Jessie J, 33, shared with UK Capital FM on Wednesday that her new LP would kick off with a break-up song that could be about her ex Channing Tatum; seen together in January 2020 in LA
“One of my favorite songs is just about going ahead and jumping in the deep end,” she added.
Jessie (née Jessica Cornish) was first linked to Channing in October 2018 when they were spotted together in Seattle.
A month later, the Logan Lucky star was spotted during one of his concerts with his daughter Everly, whom he shares with his ex-wife Jenna Dewan, while the singer also attended a London performance of his Magic Mike Live show, which he writes and directs.
The couple would have separated in November 2019, to reunite in January of the following year.
Difficult Subject: “The first song is about being in a relationship and someone rejecting it,” she explained. “You know, when you go through a breakup and someone says ‘OK, goodbye’; seen in January 2020 in LA
The relationship was short-lived, however, and they broke up in April.
The singer has since moved on with a new boyfriend, dancer Max Pham Nguyen.
Channing has recently been seen multiple times with Zoe Kravitz, although the two have not publicly confirmed a relationship.
A source told People last month that they were “inseparable.”
Although Jessie told Billboard in July that she had completed her next album, she appears to have traveled to New York to record new songs to flesh out the LP.
She also spoke about the pressure she feels to repeat the success of her 2011 debut, Who You Are, which reached No. 11 on the Billboard 200 albums chart.
It’s over: Jessie and Channing started dating in late 2019, but they broke up for good in April of last year; photographed in January 2020 in West Hollywood
New love: The singer has since moved on with a new boyfriend, dancer Max Pham Nguyen
“I feel like all you’re trying to do is beat your best moment,” she said. “I always try to beat my first album and I try to live with the years and the time. “
She admitted that she was struggling to change with the rapidly changing world of music.
“The whole industry is so different now. I feel like every artist has that moment or that song that is remembered and I feel like I’m always trying to beat my first album. ‘
Although his debut album peaked at No. 11 on the Billboard 200 charts in the US, his follow-up failed to make it to the US charts, although it always performed well in the UK.
In 2014, she had another top 10 album with Sweet Talker, but her 2018 release ROSE lost momentum after choosing to release it separately in four parts.