Brixton raised singer Jessica Wilde is ready to sweep you off your feet with a sassy instantly lovable new single ‘Out Of My ooo’ out now.
The single follows her
debut ‘Cry For Me’ which was premiered as BBC Radio 1xtra’s ‘Record
Of The Week’ and is bursting with classic soul style blended with street
savvy defiance. This creative fusion reflects her multicultural upbringing;
brought up on her St Helenian mother’s obsession with jazz and soul, Jessica
doused it with hip hop leanings and set it a light.
With its brass, bouncy
bass and finger-clicking strut tempo it’s impossible not to get hooked on ‘Out
Of My ooo’ and its attitude infused swing. It’s the type of top songwriting
that has seen Jessica sign a publishing deal with Sony ATV and work with luminaries
such as Ghetts and Tough Love. Another of her self-penned tracks ‘Strangers
Love’ was recently released by renowned Korean K-pop label SM Entertainment
and her recent co-write with Rudimental, ‘More Than Anything’ featured
vocals from Emile Sande and made their album.
The session at Ne-Yo’s
Hollywood studio, with producer Kizzo (Ne-Yo, Afrojack) was a defining moment
for Jessica – not only because she survived a bizarre, high speed LA crash
moments before the recording began, but because her own project was borne and
the basis of her upcoming singles took form. Three months in LA, and several
purposefully missed flights later, Jessica Wilde returned to London, ready to
showcase herself and her music to the world.
With its festive glow
and stylish addictive refrain ‘Out Of My ooo’ is set to put Jessica
Wilde firmly on the map this winter as an unmissable diverse artist who
embraces the best of classic songwriting and instills it with bite.