Jessie J 'inspired' to write new music
Jessie J is feeling "oh so inspired" to write new music.
The 'Domino' hitmaker has been listening to classic artists including Aretha Franklin and Whitney Houston to get her in the mood to pen songs for her eagerly-anticipated fourth studio album.
Posting on her Twitter page on Wednesday (27.07.16), she wrote: "Been listening to Aretha, Whitney, Earth Wind and Fire, D Train... Feeling oh so inspired (sic)"
The 28-year-old singer recently revealed she has no plans to return to her job as a coach on 'The Voice Australia' and the UK version and that being on the talent show had whetted her appetite to get in the studio again.
Talking about her time on the programme, she admitted: "It's really time-consuming and if I'm honest with you I get to the point where I'm in the chair and I just want to sing. 'I want to tell you how to make it better, I want to coach you, but I want to make it a duet'. I'm ready to write another album."
And she has ruled out the possibility of taking her seat in the UK or Australia because she wants to focus solely on her record.
She added: "I'm not going to be returning (to 'The Voice'). It feels so good. I love doing the show. I've done four seasons. Two in the UK and two in Sydney but I just need to make another album."
Jessie J hasn't released an album since 2014's 'Sweet Talker'.
However, she recently released the theme song for 'Ice Age: Collison Course' - in which she voices the character Brooke - called 'My Superstar'.