Jesy Nelson’s debut solo album has reportedly been delayed as she continues to work on new tracks (Picture: PA)
Jesy Nelson has reportedly been sent ‘back to the drawing board’ as she continues working on her debut solo album.
Boyz singer Jesy released her debut single in October last year, which fared well on the charts despite being mired in controversy over alleged ‘Blackfishing’, which Jesy has vehemently denied.
Jesy has been keeping fans updated as she works on new tracks in LA, however it doesn’t seem like a release could be coming any time soon, with her album reportedly delayed.
The star is reported to have been sent ‘back to the drawing board’ after showing music execs early versions of new tracks.
While bosses ‘felt sure there was potential there…they felt the tracks would benefit’ from further work, a source told The Sun.
The singer released her debut solo single, Boyz, with Nicki Minaj in October 2021 (Picture: GC Images)
They added Jesy has ‘worked incredibly hard on her solo music’ and is working diligently to rework the early versions.
‘She is determined to only play them the new music when it’s perfect, so they haven’t heard any more since then,’ the source claimed.
They added there are ‘high hopes’ for Jesy’s debut album ‘when it is finally complete,’ however there is reportedly no release date as of yet.
Jesy had previously been a member of acclaimed girl group LIttle Mix (Picture: WireImage)
Jesy’s team had previously denied that her debut album had been delayed until 2022 due to the ‘Blackfishing’ controversy and alleged feud with her former Little Mix bandmates.
They told Metro.co.uk it was never the plan for her album to be released in 2021, but added that ‘a second single is in the works.’
Jesy left the band in 2020, going on to release debut solo single, Boyz, with Nicki Minaj; it peaked at number four in the charts.
Metro.co.uk has reached out to reps for Jesy for comment.
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