The big news involving Jessie J is that the "Domino" singer will be touring with arguably 2013's hottest singer Robin Thicke. Ever since the release of his single "Blurred Lines," Thicke has been everywhere and now he will go on tour with Jessie J who has her own new music and album titled Alive set to come out later this year. Jessie J's new album release date is September 23, but it sounds like it may be released later in America. Not too long after that, Jessie J will be joining Thicke on his 2014 North American Tour.
First lets cover the big tour announcement with Robin Thicke. The 15-city tour will begin February 21, 2014 in Atlanta and run until March 29 in San Francisco. We have the complete tour date list below.
As for Jessie J's new album Alive, it looks like the release date may be delayed a bit. According to a BBC report from back in August, the release date was supposed to be for September 23. However, according to a report from Pop Justice, Jessie J revealed to That Grape Juice that the American release date has been pushed back. She said that she was recording songs with Pharrell that are reportedly just for the American version of the album.
"It's more for the American version of this album," Jessie J told That Grape Juice. "They don't feel it's finished yet... So the album in America isn't coming out at the same time as the rest of the world." You can watch Jessie J's interview below along with the album track list.
Jessie J and Robin Thicke 2014 Tour Dates/Locations:
2/21 - Atlanta, Ga. atThe Fox Theatre
2/25 - Camden, N.J. at Susquehanna Bank Center
2/27 - Washington, D.C. at Patriot Center
3/1 - Mashantucket, Connecticut at the MGM Grand Theater
3/2 - Atlantic City, N.J. at the Event Center & The Music Box at Borgata Casino
3/4 - Boston, Massachusetts at the Agannis Arena
3/7 - New York, N.Y. at the Theater at MSG
3/12 - Detroit, Michigan at the Fox Theatre
3/15 - St. Louis, Missouri at the Fox Theatre
3/20 - Austin, Texas at ACL Live
3/21 - Thackerville, Oklahoma at Winstar Casino
3/23 - Denver, Colorado at Filmore Auditorium
3/26 - Seattle, Washington at WaMu Theater
3/27 - Vancouver, B.C. at Rogers Arena
3/29 - San Francisco, California at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium