Jessie J and Professor Green 1 April 2012

Jessie J - 1 April

After selling one million records in the UK, 2011 Brit Winner and three time Brit Award nominee for 2012, Jessie J returned to Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall as headliner on Sunday 1 April.

Already a global pop phenomenon and international hit songwriter, Jessie's multi octave voice and sky high heels are now earning her a reputation as one of the world's leading live performers. Set list favourites include her number one hit singles ‘Price Tag’ and ‘Domino’ from her platinum selling debut album ‘Who You Are.’

Professor Green

Professor Green firmly established himself as one of the UK's most exciting new talents around when his debut album ‘Alive Till I’m Dead’ crashed into the charts at #2 last year. Since certified double-Gold, the album launched four hit singles with ‘I Need You Tonight’, ‘Just Be Good To Green’, ‘Monster’ and 'Jungle' amassing over 500,000 sales. Fresh from supporting Jessie on her Australian tour they're reunited for this special show.

Daley

He's got a striking look and a startling voice but somehow you don't quite connect the two. And yet it's true: that young man singing his way up and down the vocal range from tenor to falsetto with the power and grace of a Smokey or a Prince is actually a 23 year old from Manchester.

Meet Daley, the new wunderkind of modern R&B. You may already be familiar with him from his two visits to the charts, either via the Gorillaz single ‘Doncamatic’, a collaboration with Damon Albarn who invited him to write a song with him after watching him on YouTube, or from ‘Long Way Home’, a standout track on Wretch 32’s Top 5 album Black and White.

Behind the scenes...

at the Royal Albert Hall in 2011 with Jessie J and Tinie Tempah

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