杰西卡·汉娜·格林（Jessica Hannah Glynne）（出生于1989年10月20日）是英国歌手和词曲作者。在与Atlantic Records签约后，她在2014年出众，成为Clean Bandit单曲“ Rather Be ” 和Route 94的 “ My Love ” 单曲的特色艺术家，这两个单曲在英国均排名第一。她在2019年被《福布斯》杂志评为“ 30岁以下最具影响力人物” 之一。
她的首张录音室专辑《I Cry When I Laugh》（2015年）在英国专辑排行榜上排名第一，并见证了单曲“ Hold My Hand ”和“ Do n’t Be Be Hard To Yourself ” 在国际上的成功。 Glynne的第二张录音室专辑，始终在两者之间（2018），在第一个在英国和锯还推出持续成功与单曲“ 我会在那里 ”，“ 这些天 ”，“ 我的全部 ”，“ 星期四 ”和“ 一键式 ”；。
杰西·格琳（Jess Glynne）出生在汉普斯特德（Hampstead），在伦敦北部的穆斯韦尔山（Muswell Hill）的一个犹太家庭中长大。她的父亲劳伦斯·格林（Laurence Glynne）是房地产经纪人；她的母亲亚历山德拉（néeIngram）在音乐行业的A＆R工作。这个姓氏最初是Goldstein，但她的祖父将其改名为Glynne。她在15岁时就申请了电视节目《 X因子》，但由于与制片人的意见分歧而退出了试镜过程。她曾就读于罗得斯大道小学，然后就读于Fortismere学校，在那里她于2008年完成了A级学习，并在一家精品店，一家健身中心和一家美发店担任过各种工作。经过一段环球旅行之后，格林（Glynne）在十几岁的时候就曾在一家音乐管理公司工作，并开始与歌曲作者和制作人建立联系，并最终将她的艺术水平提高了四年。
格林（Glynne）在东伦敦大学的Access to Music London大学完成了为期一年的音乐课程，在那里她遇到了未来的合作者：词曲作者Jin Jin和制片人Bless Beats。 Glynne和Jin Jin的作品之一引起了Black Butter Records的注意，Black Butter Records签署了Glynne的出版协议并将其介绍给音乐经理和律师。黑黄油联合主席乔·戈萨（Joe Gossa）谈到格林（Glynne）时说：“她的声音使我震惊，这很凶猛。她可以用这种方式来谈论日常事物，这简直是史诗般的”。她与Atlantic Records签订了合同因此，她于2013年8月离开了当时在一家饮料公司的品牌管理部门的工作。
2013年，深房制作人Route 94向Glynne求助，为他的歌曲“ My Love ” 重写并提供人声。后来在2014年2月以单曲形式发行，并在英国单曲榜上排名第一。后来被英国唱片工业协会（Bonthon Phonographic Industry）认证为铂金。英国乐队Clean Bandit听到了“我的爱”，并让Glynne出现在他们的歌曲“ Rather Be ”中。乐队成员杰克·帕特森（Jack Patterson）说“她的声音中确实有一种情感的细微差别”。合作产生的单曲也排在英国排行榜的榜首，成为2014年销量第三快，单曲流最多的歌曲。该单曲在欧洲和大洋洲排行榜上均排名第一和前五名，并且排名第一美国Billboard Hot 100 排名十大。“ Rather Be”和“ My Love”均获得了BRIT最佳英国单曲提名。格林因她在“ Rather Be”上的工作而获得了格莱美最佳舞蹈唱片奖，并在首届BBC音乐奖中获得了年度歌曲提名。
2014年7月，Glynne的首张个人单曲Gorgon City发行了《Right Here》。它在多个国家/地区排行榜，包括英国的第六名。格林（Glynne）曾在2014年中出现在许多英国音乐节上，包括Bestival，Glastonbury，Lovebox，V Festival和Wireless。从2014年10月起，她在英国巡回演出，从谢菲尔德开始，并在伦敦的Electric Brixton结束。同样在2014年，Glynne与Little Mix，MO和Rudimental合作进行了歌曲创作项目和Tinie Tempah。与Clean Bandit的第二次合作“ Real Love ”于2014年11月发布，并在英国排名第二。
Glynne的第二张个人单曲“ Hold My Hand ”于2015年3月发行。它在英国排名第一，花了三周时间。2015年6月，格林（Glynne）在英国说唱歌手Tinie Tempah的单曲“ Not Letting Go ”中脱颖而出。它也达到了英国的第一，使Glynne在英国的单身总数上升到了四位。她在2015年中进行了声带手术，因此取消了几场现场表演，包括格拉斯顿伯里音乐节。Glynne的首张专辑《I Cry when I Laugh》于2015年8月在英国发行，紧随其后的是单曲“不要对自己那么辛苦了。” 它具有从诺克斯布朗贡献顽皮的孩子，斯塔史密斯，塔利·赖利和交换机，以及她经常合作者祝福节拍和金金。我哭泣当我笑进入英国专辑排行榜第一时，后来获得三重白金认证。
2015年10月，格林（Glynne）在《X因子》的第十二辑中担任谢丽尔法官之家分部的客座法官。同月，她介绍了副杂志拍摄的纪录片《英国入侵》，记录了EDM和英国舞蹈音乐在美国的兴起。11月，格林（Glynne）的单曲“ 带我回家 ”作为2015年度有需要的儿童慈善单曲发行。并在英国排名第六，成为Glynne全国第八大十佳单曲。格林（Glynne）于11月开始了她的首次英国竞技场巡演，名为“ 带我回家”。
据报道，2016年10月和2017年晚些时候，格林（Glynne）正在与一些“大”制作人合作发行她的第二张专辑，包括埃德·希兰（Ed Sheeran）。录制的歌曲之一是“ 像我一样的女人 ” ，后来被乐队Little Mix发行了他们的第五张录音室专辑LM5。2018年1月，Glynne 与美国说唱歌手Macklemore和Dan Caplen一起出现在Rudimental的单曲“ The Days ”中。这首歌取得了商业上的成功，最初是连续第二周排在第二名之后，落后德雷克的《上帝的计划》，然后在三月份获得第一名。凭借这一成就，格林（Glynne）成为英国排行榜历史上第一位拥有六位单打榜单的英国女性单人歌手。5月，格林（Glynne）在BBC广播电台1在斯旺西的大型周末演出。该月晚些时候，她第二张专辑的主打单曲“ I’ll Be There ”发行了。这首歌后来在6月达到了第一，成为Glynne职业生涯第七张排行榜榜首。8月，第二张单曲《All I Am》发行并在英国排行第七。第二个月，专辑Always Always Between发行，成为Glynne的第二张专辑。她的第三张单曲《星期四》于2018年10月发行，在英国排名第三。
格林（Glynne）从2018年11月开始了她的Always Always Between Tour，涵盖欧洲，英国和美国超过50个约会。在美国巡回演出的许多巡演日期中，列昂·布里奇斯都是特色艺术家。此外，在2018年11月，Glynne被宣布为在一个特殊的客人辣妹 “ 团圆体育馆之旅，在2019年举行。
在2019年6月，格林（Glynne）取消了她的演出，因此受到怀特岛音乐节（Isle of Wight Festival）的终身禁令，仅警告10分钟。这位歌手承认，取消演出的原因是一个沉重的夜晚（“的确，我出去庆祝了Spice World巡回演唱会的结束。”），并在当月下旬取消了“声乐外科医生的建议”，包括在罗彻斯特城堡音乐会上的头条表演。但是，禁令在不到一年后被撤销。
Glynne的音乐影响力包括Frank Ocean，Amy Winehouse和Mike Bridger。她以阿黛尔（Adele），山姆·库克（Sam Cooke），命运的孩子，阿瑞莎·富兰克林（Aretha Franklin），惠特尼·休斯顿（Whitney Houston）和埃塔·詹姆斯（Etta James）为灵感，从她的嗓音风格和说唱歌手（如Eminem，Jay-Z和Kendrick Lamar）中创作歌曲。她还列出了印度Arie，碧昂斯，Mary J. Blige，Mariah Carey和Mavis Staples作为音乐灵感。格林（Glynne）说，劳林·希尔（Lauryn Hill）的《劳林·希尔的传教》是激励她开始写歌的专辑。
Jessica Hannah Glynne (born 20 October 1989) is an English singer and songwriter. After signing with Atlantic Records, she rose to prominence in 2014 as a featured artist on the singles “Rather Be” by Clean Bandit and “My Love” by Route 94, both of which reached number one in the UK. She has been considered one of the “Most Influential People Under 30” by Forbes magazine in 2019.
Her debut studio album, I Cry When I Laugh (2015), debuted at number one on the UK Albums Chart and saw the international success of the singles “Hold My Hand” and “Don’t Be So Hard on Yourself”. Glynne’s second studio album, Always in Between (2018), also debuted at number one in the UK and saw continued success with the singles “I’ll Be There”, “These Days”, “All I Am”, “Thursday” and “One Touch”; the first of these made Glynne the first British female solo artist to have seven number one singles on the UK Singles Chart.
Jess Glynne was born in Hampstead and raised in Muswell Hill, North London, in a Jewish family. Her father, Laurence Glynne, is an estate agent; and her mother, Alexandra (née Ingram), worked in A&R in the music industry. The family name was originally Goldstein, but her grandfather changed it to Glynne. She applied for the television show The X Factor when she was 15 years old, but dropped out of the audition process following a disagreement with the producers. She attended Rhodes Avenue Primary School, then attended Fortismere School, where she completed her A-levels in 2008, and took various jobs at a boutique, a fitness centre and a hairdresser’s. After a period spent travelling the world, Glynne worked for a music management company in her late teens and began networking with songwriters and producers, eventually honing her artistry for four years.
2010–2013: Career beginnings
Glynne completed a year-long music course at an East London college, Access to Music London, where she met her future collaborators: songwriter Jin Jin and producer Bless Beats. One of Glynne and Jin Jin’s compositions caught the attention of Black Butter Records, who signed Glynne to a publishing deal and introduced her to music managers and lawyers. Black Butter co-president Joe Gossa said of Glynne, “her voice just flipped me out, there was a fierceness to it. She can talk about everyday things in this way that’s just epic”. She signed a contract with Atlantic Records in August 2013, consequently leaving her job at the time in brand management for a drinks company.
2013–2016: I Cry When I Laugh and breakthrough
In 2013, deep house producer Route 94 approached Glynne about rewriting and providing vocals for his song “My Love”. It was later released as a single in February 2014 and reached number one on the UK Singles Chart. It was later certified platinum by the British Phonographic Industry. British band Clean Bandit heard “My Love” and approached Glynne to feature on their song “Rather Be”. Band member Jack Patterson spoke of “a real subtlety of emotion in her voice”. The collaboration produced the single which also charted atop the UK charts, becoming the third fastest-selling single and most streamed song of 2014. The single attained number one and top five positions on charts across Europe and Oceania, and was a top ten hit on the US Billboard Hot 100. Both “Rather Be” and “My Love” received nominations at the BRIT Awards for Best British Single. For her work on “Rather Be”, Glynne won the Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording and was nominated for Song of the Year at the inaugural BBC Music Awards.
In July 2014, Glynne’s debut solo single, the Gorgon City-produced “Right Here” was released. It charted in several countries, including at number six in the UK. Glynne appeared at many British music festivals during mid 2014, including Bestival, Glastonbury, Lovebox, V Festival and Wireless. She toured around the UK from October 2014, beginning in Sheffield and finishing at the Electric Brixton in London. Also during 2014, Glynne collaborated on songwriting projects with Little Mix, MO, Rudimental, and Tinie Tempah. A second collaboration with Clean Bandit, “Real Love”, was released in November 2014 and reached number two in the UK.
Glynne’s second solo single “Hold My Hand” was released in March 2015. It debuted at number one in the UK, where it spent three weeks. In June 2015, Glynne was featured on “Not Letting Go”, a single by English rapper Tinie Tempah. It also reached number one in the UK, bringing Glynne’s total of UK number one singles to four. She underwent surgery on her vocal cords in mid 2015 and consequently cancelled several live performances, including the Glastonbury Festival. Glynne’s debut album I Cry When I Laugh was released in the UK in August 2015, following the number one single “Don’t Be So Hard on Yourself”. It features contributions from Knox Brown, Naughty Boy, Starsmith, Talay Riley, and Switch, as well as her regular collaborators Bless Beats and Jin Jin. I Cry When I Laugh entered the UK Albums Chart at number one and later received a triple platinum certification.
In October 2015, Glynne appeared on the twelfth series of The X Factor as a guest judge at Cheryl’s Judges’ Houses segment. The same month, she presented the Vice magazine-produced documentary film The Brit Invasion, which documented the rise of EDM and British dance music in the United States. Glynne’s track “Take Me Home” was released as the official Children in Need 2015 charity single in November and peaked at number six in the UK, becoming Glynne’s eighth overall top ten single in the country. Glynne embarked on her first UK arena tour in November, titled the Take Me Home Tour.
2016–present: Always In Between
In October 2016 and later in 2017, it was reported that Glynne was working with some “big” producers for her second album, including Ed Sheeran. One of the songs recorded was “Woman Like Me”, which was later given to the band Little Mix for their fifth studio album LM5. In January 2018, Glynne featured on Rudimental’s single “These Days” alongside American rapper Macklemore and Dan Caplen. The song was a commercial success, initially charting at number two for seven consecutive weeks behind “God’s Plan” by Drake, before claiming the number one position in March. With this achievement, Glynne became the first British female solo artist in UK chart history to have six number-one singles. In May, Glynne performed at BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend in Swansea. Later that month, the lead single “I’ll Be There” from her second album was released. The song later reached number one in June, becoming Glynne’s seventh chart-topping single of her career. In August, second single “All I Am” was released and charted at number seven in the UK. The following month, the album Always In Between was released, becoming Glynne’s second number one album. Her third single “Thursday” was released in October 2018 and has peaked at number three in the UK.
Glynne embarked on her Always In Between Tour from November 2018, covering Europe, the UK and the United States, over 50 dates. Many of the tour dates on the United States leg of the tour included Leon Bridges as a featured Artist. Also in November 2018, Glynne was announced as a special guest on the Spice Girls’ reunion stadium tour, held in 2019.
At the 2019 Brit Awards Glynne received five nominations, including Best British Female and Best British Single with both “These Days” and “I’ll Be There”.
In June 2019 Glynne received a lifetime ban from the Isle of Wight Festival when she canceled her set, giving only 10 minutes warning. The singer confessed that her reason for canceling was after a heavy night (“It is true that I went out and celebrated the end of the Spice World tour.”) and, later that month, cancelled a number of gigs “on the advice of her vocal surgeon”, including a headline performance at the Rochester Castle Concerts. However, the ban was revoked less than a year later.
Glynne’s musical influences include Frank Ocean, Amy Winehouse and Mike Bridger. She cites Adele, Sam Cooke, Destiny’s Child, Aretha Franklin, Whitney Houston and Etta James as inspirations for her vocal style and rappers such as Eminem, Jay-Z and Kendrick Lamar for her songwriting.She has also listed India Arie, Beyoncé, Mary J. Blige, Mariah Carey and Mavis Staples as musical inspirations. Glynne said that Lauryn Hill’s The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill was the album that motivated her to start writing songs.
2015 – Jess Glynne – I Cry When I Laugh
2018 – Jess Glynne – Always In Between