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Jessie J Teases New Single 'Wild' in Acoustic Video

May 23, 2013 (9:03 am) GMT
The British dance-pop star previews her new single by dropping an acoustic rendition teaser of 'Wild'.

"Domino" singer is unleashing her new single "Wild" featuring and but fans would have to content themselves for now with the one-minute teaser clip of the new song. The 25-year-old entertainer offers the short acoustic rendition of the track as a preview of the full version.

"Wild" will be the first single off Jessie J's forthcoming sophomore album, which she is putting together with the help of Dr. Luke, Ammo and Claude Kelly. She made the announcement after her live performance of "Domino" on the finale of "" last week, singing with season twelve finalist Angie Miller who puts the Brit as her own personal idol and whom Jessie J personally invited to join her on her summer tour in the U.K.

Posting a message on her Twitter page last night, "" mentor Jessie J told fans to visit her official site to catch the teaser clip. "It's scary opening yourself up to the world, to create intrigue around your life. It's also the most exhilarating feeling to feel free," she tweeted along with the word "intrigue."

"Jessie is doing something that right now would probably be unheard of in that she's not apologizing for big vocals," album producer Kelly revealed about the artist. "It's a lot of big vocals, a lot of vocal tricks, but still huge pop choruses."

Jessie J's "Wild (Acoustic)" music video



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