Ep. 58 · Little Simz · one life, might live · Cover by Jessica Wilde
ABOUT JESSICA WILDE Jessica Wilde is a torchbearer for a fresh true bred style of rap, soul & RnB. As she steps into her next phase of artistry, she bares all with some brutally honest lyrics, melding her sharp-witted lyricism through spoken word/rap alongside her more familiar husky singing vocals. A native of South London, Wilde’s most recent project has opened a gateway into her past by returning full circle to her Brixton roots. Through mad parties, addiction, toxic relationships, self-loathing, self- empowerment, self-love and going sober, she fully exposes and utilises her authentic expression. Now having landed a deal with major publisher SONY ATV, Wilde has worked with artists from Ghetts to Tough Love. Her self-penned track ‘Strangers Love’ was picked up and released by renowned Korean K-Pop label SM Entertainment and her co-write with Rudimental and Emeli Sande, ‘More Than Anything’, made their No.1 selling album. Wilde recently found herself in LA writing at Ne-Yo’s Hollywood studio, with producer Kizzo, culminating in a project which gained support from Wonderland Magazine, The Daily Star and BBC Radio1xtra where she also had a ‘Record of the Week’. She then embarked on a mini tour, with a Sold Out headline show at POW in Brixton, followed by a final stop on the main stage of Bospop Festival, opening for Nile Rodgers.
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