The Take Off And Landing Of Everything
The Brit winner's debut doesn't quite live up to the hype but still worthy of the Price Tag.
Far from an overnight star, Jessie J served her apprenticeship writing songs for the likes of Justin Timberlake and Miley Cyrus before launching her own career.
She has arrived though like a chart bomb, with two hits that haven't been off the radio for month. The cheeky Do It Like A Dude and feel-good paean to a world where money doesn't rule us, Price Tag. So far, so incredible.
Sadly far from continuing her faultless trajectory Who You Are is a bit patchy. When Jessie is having fun she's unstoppable: Who's Laughing Now is a brilliant revenge song aimed at playground bullies; Nobody's Perfect a stunning mix of Alicia Keys sophistication and Pink swagger; Mamma Knows Best a brassy big band romp.
The album's problems come when Jessie overdoes the vocal warbling and completely forgets to write an actual song: L.O.V.E. starts off fine but ends like Mariah Carey covering Scat Man John; Big White Room is an unnecessarily long ballad that builds crescendo upon crescendo and the title track is a pompous grind that completely loses the plot.
Regardless of her indulgences Jessie will still be the biggest and coolest UK female artists for decades.