Jessica has established her credentials as a singer song-writer, Recently signing her deal with major publisher SONY ATV. Her self-penned track ‘Strangers Love’ was released by renowned Korean k-pop label SM Entertainment and her co-write with Rudimental, ‘More Than Anything’ featured vocals from Emile Sande and made their album. However, the road to her own place in the spotlight has been treacherous, both metaphorically and literally! From braiding hair on Venice Beach, to high speed car crashes in Hollywood, the Jessica Wilde path to success couldn’t be more aligned to her name.
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.