Jesy Nelson Hints About Her ‘Solo Music’ after Splitting from Little Mix

After dropping the heartbreaking news of leaving Little Mix, Jesy Nelson left her fans stunned and in sorrow. But looks like she is returning back to her music roots, though solo this time.

Jesus gave the reason for quitting Little Mix that she wanted to center on her mental wellbeing after a long time of battling with the constant weight of being in a young lady gather and living up to expectations. She was often seen getting criticized for her body shape and size. People called her “odd one out.”

Jesy to release her own solo record

After 2 months break, Nelson hinted that she is coming back with her music. After sharing an enigmatic post on social media a month back and ‘liking’ comment around her releasing a few solo songs.

Jesy Nelson Hints About Her 'Solo Music' after Splitting from Little Mix

Now, Jesy has fortified the speculations indeed assisted by sharing an Instagram Story of herself, sitting in a recording studio with maker Patrick Jordan-Patrikios. Sharing one of the pictures as a person post, she included the caption: “My Happy Place.” Looks like she is making her possess brand of music.

Little Mix In Support Of Jesy

Currently, in an interview with Glamour Magazine the three bandmates and singers Perrie Edwards, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, and Jade Thirlwall got candid about their relationship with ex Little Mix member Jesy Nelson.

Jesy Nelson Hints About Her 'Solo Music' after Splitting from Little Mix

Jade said,  “As we come together and work together this year, we’ll have an even better and healthier relationship with that perspective. It’s like a new dawn of Little Mix.”

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Perrie and Leigh-Anne further added saying, “We’ve always had each other, it’s always Little Mix – it’s us. It’s never been an option to not be together and we’ve always known that we are sisters.”

All these statements hinted that the 3 girls are happy and in full support of Jesy’s new solo music journey.

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