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Jessie J: 'Queen' Stream, Lyrics & Download - Listen Now!

Jessie J: 'Queen' Stream, Lyrics & Download - Listen Now!

Jessie J is back with a powerful anthem called “Queen,” which you can listen to right now!

The track, which dropped on Friday (November 17), is the latest offering from the 29-year-old powerhouse vocalist’s forthcoming full-length album R.O.S.E. – an acronym for Realizations, Obsessions, Sex and Empowerment – due out in 2018.

“I love my body, I love my skin, I am a goddess, I am a queen,” Jessie proclaims on the sultry and empowering track, which will definitely have you feeling yourself.

“I wrote this song because we ALL need to remind ourselves more out-loud how beautiful we are inside out. Simple. This isn’t just another song for me this is a way of thinking and a mantra we all deserve. Thank you for your unconditional love and support. I love you all,” the singer says of the song’s intention.

Listen below!

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  • Will

    Meanwhile women are fighting to be treated with dignity and respect, oh well that’s not your problem Jessie.

  • ShellBell

    She is one of the most arrogant women to ever release music. Most got sick of her I’m a lesbian/bi/straight crap in the UK. No one cared what she was, they cared she kept changing her tune to get attention while singing songs saying it doesn’t matter what you are, embrace it. Even worse was when she ran to Australia and said the UK was jealous of her talent then thought she could come back a year or so later and release stuff as if nothing had happened.