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Interview w/ Jess Glynne + Dubai, Louis Vuitton and Valentine's Day Gifts & Sips

The Culture This Week: the BlackBook interview with British pop-soulstress Jess Glynne; an 'Oddities' Valentine's Day gift guide; the haunting art of Christopher Tennant; Sophie Turner and Justin Theroux in the new Louis Vuitton campaign; Iceland Airwaves announces its initial 2019 lineup; first images of the new W Dubai - The Palm; a BlackBook guide to amorous Valentine's Day cocktails. The BlackBook Interview: Brit Pop-Soulstress Jess Glynne Opens Up Raw. Soulful. Organic. They’re words that the British pop sensation Jess Glynne used to describe a fellow star - but they are also easily applied to her. With her mop of fantastic ginger hair, her sparkling blue eyes, an earthen purity of emotion to her voice and a purpose that transcends the ordinary, much less expected, it’s perhaps not a surprise that the 29-year-old North Londoner has managed to clinch more number-one hits than any female artist in the UK...ever. (That would be seven.) She’s also, remarkably, the only female to achieve a number-one album in her home country. As far as rises to fame go, there are ones that are meteoric...and then there is Glynne’s - which could be said to be from another universe entirely. Her debut album, 2015’s I Cry When I Laugh, not only topped the charts and went triple platinum, but “Rather Be” also won her a Grammy for Best Dance Recording of the Year. Her collaborators have spanned from Rudimental and Ed Sheeran to Tinie Tempah and Macklemore, but Glynne in the middle always rings true. Read More... The BlackList BlackBook Exclusive: A Tres Romantique 'Oddities' Valentine's Day Gift Guide Read more... Image by Josh Olins Sophie Turner, Justin Theroux Star in the New Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon Campaign Read more... First Images: The Extravagant New W Dubai - The Palm Opens in the UAE Read more... BlackBook Interview: Christopher Tennant's Art Depicts a Hauntingly Chaotic View of Nature Read more... Iceland Airwaves Announces Initial 2019 Lineup Read more... BlackBook Exclusive: Valentine's Day Cocktails From Six NYC Hotspots Read more... Copyright © 2019, All rights reserved. Our mailing address: 20 John Street Brooklyn NY 11201 unsubscribe from this list update subscription preferences

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The Culture This Week: the BlackBook interview with British pop-soulstress Jess Glynne; an 'Oddities' Valentine's Day gift guide; the haunting art of Christopher Tennant; Sophie Turner and Justin Theroux in the new Louis Vuitton campaign; Iceland Airwaves announces its initial 2019 lineup; first images of the new W Dubai - The Palm; a BlackBook guide to amorous Valentine's Day cocktails.




The BlackBook Interview: Brit Pop-Soulstress Jess Glynne Opens Up
 

Raw. Soulful. Organic. They’re words that the British pop sensation Jess Glynne used to describe a fellow star - but they are also easily applied to her. With her mop of fantastic ginger hair, her sparkling blue eyes, an earthen purity of emotion to her voice and a purpose that transcends the ordinary, much less expected, it’s perhaps not a surprise that the 29-year-old North Londoner has managed to clinch more number-one hits than any female artist in the UK...ever. (That would be seven.) She’s also, remarkably, the only female to achieve a number-one album in her home country.

As far as rises to fame go, there are ones that are meteoric...and then there is Glynne’s - which could be said to be from another universe entirely. Her debut album, 2015’s I Cry When I Laugh, not only topped the charts and went triple platinum, but “Rather Be” also won her a Grammy for Best Dance Recording of the Year. Her collaborators have spanned from Rudimental and Ed Sheeran to Tinie Tempah and Macklemore, but Glynne in the middle always rings true.


 

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