With the release of her second mini-album Wonderland, Jessica is soaring higher than ever before.
She’s not just a singer. She’s a songwriter, co-composer, actress, entrepreneur, and creative director, but knowing her, there’s still so many avenues left to explore.
In an interview with Fuse, Jessica had this to say about multitasking: “I don’t need to do only one thing, you know? Even in the entertainment industry, nobody’s ‘just a singer’ … I’m doing my brand [Blanc & Eclare] because I wanted to share my fashion views and I wanted to share with people who love fashion.”
She debuted in the K-pop scene in 2007 as a member of Girls’ Generation, but is now very happily a solo artist.
She has an ethereal voice, which really gets to shine through in dreamy, upbeat tracks like “Fly.”
Jessica's a veteran in the music industry, but she tells BuzzFeed says that “as a solo artist, my desire is to express myself through my music. I want to continue to show who I am, what I like through my different projects. There are so many different types of music I haven’t explored yet.”
She recorded an English version of “Fly” as well. Since “Fly” featured a ~fly~ rap (sorry, had to) by Fabolous, we'll keep our fingers crossed for collaborations with other American artists in the near future!
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