The former judge of 'The Voice UK' also blames social media for making 'everything accessible.'
Jessie J has reacted to the fact that her upcoming new album, "Alive", has hit the web earlier than expected without her consent. The British singer, whose second studio effort was scheduled to arrive on September 23, has taken to Twitter to express her disappointment over the leak.
"One day. Just one day. Something I work hard on will NOT be leaked... Smh," Jessie tweeted. She went on to blame social media, saying, "The big reveals don't happen anymore, everything is so immediate! Social networking just makes everything so accessible. Such a shame."
Serving as the follow-up to 2011's "Who You Are", Jessie's "Alive" has so far spawned singles "Wild" and "It's My Party". The new record will also feature guest appearances from Brandy, Dizzee Rascal, Becky G. and Big Sean.
Earlier this month, it was announced that Jessie would be joining Robin Thicke on the North American leg of his tour to promote his latest album, "Blurred Lines". The former judge of "The Voice UK" will start touring with Thicke next year.
"I'm going on TOUR WITH @robinthicke baby!! #usahereIcome #callingallhearts #icannotwait," she shared her excitement on Twitter.