Jessie Ware ¦ What’s Your Pleasure?

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The Platinum Pleasure cover is in greyscale with a metallic silver background
Studio album by
Released26 June 2020 (2020-06-26)
Recorded2018–2020[1]
Studio
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Length53:19
Label
Producer
Jessie Ware chronology
Glasshouse
(2017)
What's Your Pleasure?
(2020)
Singles from What's Your Pleasure?
  1. "Adore You"
    Released: 13 February 2019
  2. "Mirage (Don't Stop)"
    Released: 6 November 2019
  3. "Spotlight"
    Released: 28 February 2020
  4. "Ooh La La"
    Released: 24 April 2020
  5. "Save a Kiss"
    Released: 7 May 2020
  6. "What's Your Pleasure?"
    Released: 24 July 2020
  7. "Remember Where You Are"
    Released: 5 February 2021
  8. "Please"
    Released: 28 April 2021
  9. "Hot n Heavy"
    Released: 4 June 2021[2]

What's Your Pleasure? is the fourth studio album by English singer-songwriter Jessie Ware, released on 26 June 2020 by PMR Records and Virgin EMI Records. Featuring twelve tracks that focus mostly in various electronic and dance music genres, such as disco, Hi-NRG, and house, Ware described the album as a "two-year labour of love" upon her announcement of its release in February 2020, further citing the album as her visions of "escapism [and] groove", wanting to move away from her usual "melancholy" sound in her previous releases.

With Ware and fellow English musician James Ford co-writing (the latter whom also co-producing) all twelve tracks, the duo eventually enlisted writers and producers such as Benji B, Joseph Mount, Kindness, Morgan Geist, Matthew Tavares, and Midland to pay homage to what the duo called "wedding jams", along with the soul of late American singer-songwriter Minnie Riperton, and "weirdo New York City boogie/underground disco".[3] Originally scheduled to be released on 5 June 2020, the album was instead released on 26 June 2020, making it her first major release in nearly three years since Glasshouse (2017), and subsequently her first release after giving birth to her second child.

Upon its release, What's Your Pleasure? received critical acclaim; Ware was praised for "going back to where she started" and the album's "disco-inspired" sound also received praise, with critics further citing the album as her "finest" work and Ware sounding "bolder, looser" comparing to her previous releases. It was also a commercial success for the singer in her native country, earning Ware her first top-three entry and to date, her highest peak position on both the UK Albums Chart and Scottish Albums Chart. Five singles have been released to promote the album, with Ware promoting the songs heavily through at-home performances and aired by several television programs due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Furthermore, the singer would embark on her UK eponymous headline tour, starting in April 2021.[4] Music videos were also released for the title track, "Soul Control", "Step into My Life", "In Your Eyes", and "The Kill".

In April 2021, the album was nominated for Album of the Year at the Brit Awards. A reissue of the album, subtitled The Platinum Pleasure, was released on 11 June 2021, preceded by the singles "Please" and "Hot n Heavy".

Background

After the promotional cycle for her previous album Glasshouse, Ware felt pressured to quit music due to low album sales and her exhaustion with touring. However, Ware's podcast Table Manners gained a larger following of 13 million listeners and soon became Ware's main priority. Speaking to The Independent, Ware described the podcast's success as a "turning point" that changed her outlook of herself: "I suddenly felt more comfortable in my skin."[5] With the podcast, Ware discusses more personal topics that she felt forced to publicise with her music.

Release

What's Your Pleasure? was initially scheduled to be released on 5 June 2020,[6] however the date was moved to 19 June, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[7][8] Ware then announced that she would be pushing the release date back another week so as not to conflict with Juneteenth.[9] The album was eventually released on 26 June.

On 8 January 2021, Ware confirmed on Twitter that a deluxe edition of the album was forthcoming.[10] On 27 April 2021 Ware officially announced that the deluxe edition, subtitled Platinum Pleasure, would be released on 11 June 2021. The lead single from the Platinum Pleasure, "Please", was released on 28 April 2021.[11]

Composition

What's Your Pleasure is a preeminently disco,[12][13] post-disco,[12][14][15] funk,[16][17] and pop[15][18] album that features elements of nu-disco,[13] Italo disco,[19] Euro disco,[20] Hi-NRG,[21] rave,[21] house-pop,[22] deep house,[14] acid house,[14] EDM,[23] electronica,[14] electropop,[19] electro,[18] new wave,[24] trip hop,[21] R&B,[13][14] gospel,[14] chamber folk,[20] and soul,[13] as well as music from the 70s, 80s, and 90s.[13]

Critical reception

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
SourceRating
AnyDecentMusic?8.3/10[25]
Metacritic84/100[26]
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic4.5/5 stars[20]
The Daily Telegraph4/5 stars[27]
The Guardian4/5 stars[15]
The Independent4/5 stars[17]
The Irish Times5/5 stars[28]
NME4/5 stars[16]
The Observer4/5 stars[29]
Pitchfork8.3/10[19]
Rolling Stone4.5/5 stars[12]
The Times4/5 stars[30]

What's Your Pleasure? received widespread critical acclaim. At Metacritic, which assigns a weighted average rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream publications, the album received an average score of 84, based on 17 reviews, indicating "universal acclaim".[26] Aggregator AnyDecentMusic? gave What's Your Pleasure? 8.3 out of 10, based on their assessment of the critical consensus.[25]

Tara Joshi of The Guardian praised the upbeat nature of What's Your Pleasure? and compared it to other "grown-up disco" albums like Lady Gaga's Chromatica and Robyn's Honey.[15] NME editor Hannah Mylrea claimed the album was a return to Ware's club roots, which she had strayed away from since her debut Devotion and called it "an intoxicating cocktail of seductive beats, exhilarating choruses and sleek production."[16] Owen Myers of Pitchfork complimented the album's musical references to disco divas of the past like Donna Summer, Diana Ross, and Anita Ward and awarded it the website's Best New Music distinction. Myers remarked positively on Ware's commitment to making uplifting music while allowing "a little of her signature psychodrama to creep into the nocturnal escapades she describes, and the flecks of ennui make the highs even higher."[19] Andy Kellman of Allmusic singled out "Mirage (Don't Stop)" as a highlight, praising the Bananarama-influenced production, as well as praising the production of the album as a whole.[15] Kellman also praised the "chamber folk-soul" of the album's closer "Remember Where You Are", calling it a "stirring finale".

In July 2020, What's Your Pleasure? was included on Slant Magazine's list of the best albums of 2020 so far.[31]

Accolades

Accolades for What's Your Pleasure?
PublicationAccoladeRankRef.
Beats Per MinuteBPM's Top 50 Best Albums of 2020
28
BillboardThe Top 10 Best Dance Albums of 2020: Staff Picks
1
ClashAlbums of the Year 2020
9
Exclaim!50 Best Albums of 2020
28
Gigwise51 Best Albums of 2020
12
Gorilla vs. BearAlbums of 2020
27
The GuardianThe 50 Best Albums of 2020
14
IdolatorThe 70 Best Pop Albums of 2020
7
The Line of Best FitThe Best Albums of 2020 Ranked
35
musicOMHTop 50 Albums of 2020
9
The Needle DropThe 50 Best Albums of 2020
1
PasteThe 50 Best Albums of 2020
39
PitchforkThe 50 Best Albums of 2020
9
Rolling StoneThe 50 Best Albums of 2020
9
The SkinnyTop 10 Albums of 2020
8
Slant MagazineThe 50 Best Albums of 2020
3
SlateThe Best Albums of 2020
3
StereogumThe 50 Best Albums of 2020
26
Under the RadarTop 100 Albums of 2020
5
USA TodayThe 10 best albums of 2020, ranked
3

Commercial performance

According to the Official Charts Company, What's Your Pleasure? was the most downloaded album over the weekend upon its initial release on 26 June 2020.[52] The album eventually debuted at number three on both the UK Albums Chart and Scottish Albums Chart, giving Ware her fourth consecutive top-ten entry on the former and her first top-three entry on both. By this, the album became Ware's highest peak position on both charts, surpassing the No. 5 peak and No. 26 peak achieved by her debut album Devotion (2012).[53] The album is also Ware's first top-forty entry on the Belgian Albums (Ultratop Flanders) chart since Tough Love (2014), debuting at number thirty-six.

Track listing

Standard edition[54]
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Spotlight"Ford5:31
2."What's Your Pleasure?"
  • Ware
  • Govere
  • Parker
  • Ford
Ford4:38
3."Ooh La La"
  • Ware
  • Govere
  • Parker
  • Ford
Ford3:48
4."Soul Control"
  • Ford
  • Geist
3:59
5."Save a Kiss"
  • Ware
  • Govere
  • Parker
  • Ford
4:02
6."Adore You"Mount3:45
7."In Your Eyes"
  • Ware
  • Ford
Ford4:58
8."Step into My Life"3:37
9."Read My Lips"
  • Ware
  • Ford
Ford4:03
10."Mirage (Don't Stop)"
4:47
11."The Kill"
  • Ware
  • Coffee
  • Ford
Ford4:37
12."Remember Where You Are"
  • Ware
  • Govere
  • Parker
  • Ford
Ford5:34
Total length:53:19
The Platinum Pleasure Edition (disc two)[55][56][57][58]
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Please"
  • Ware
  • Govere
  • Parker
  • Ford
Ford4:32
2."Impossible"
  • Ware
  • Coffee
  • Ford
Ford3:42
3."Eyes Closed"
  • Ware
  • Govere
  • Parker
  • Ford
Ford4:26
4."Overtime"
4:39
5."Hot n Heavy"
SG Lewis3:35
6."Pale Blue Light"
  • Ware
  • Govere
  • Parker
  • Ford
Ford4:44
7."0208" (featuring Kindness)
  • Ware
  • Bainbridge
Kindness4:03
8."Adore You" (Endless Remix) (with Bibi Zhou and Sihan)
  • Ware
  • Mount
  • Mount
  • Endless[a]
3:44
Total length:33:25

Notes

  • ^[a] signifies an additional producer
  • The song "Mirage (Don't Stop)" contains elements of the song "Cruel Summer" performed by Bananarama.

Personnel

Credits adapted from the liner notes of What's Your Pleasure?[59]

Musicians

  • Jessie Ware – vocals (all tracks)
  • James Ford – keyboards, percussion, programming (tracks 1–5, 7, 9–12); synths (tracks 1–5, 7, 9, 11, 12); guitar, bass, drums (tracks 5, 7, 9, 11, 12)
  • Dave Okumu – guitar (tracks 1–4, 8)
  • Leo Taylor – drums (tracks 1–4, 8)
  • Shungudzo – backing vocals (tracks 1–4, 12)
  • Danny Parker – backing vocals (tracks 1–4, 12)
  • Bim Amoako – backing vocals (tracks 1–4, 7–9, 11, 12)
  • Senab Adekunle – backing vocals (tracks 1–4, 7–9, 11, 12)
  • Morgan Geist – programming (track 4)
  • Midland – synths, programming (track 5)
  • Joseph Mount – keyboards, programming (track 6)
  • Adam Bainbridge – keyboards, programming (track 8)
  • Clarence Coffee Jr. – backing vocals (tracks 10, 11)
  • Jules Buckley – string and brass arrangements, conducting
  • Tom Pigott-Smith (leader), Lizzie Ball, Marianne Haynes, Laura Melhuish, Kate Robinson, Charlie Brown, Nicky Sweeney, Jeremy Isaac, Hannah Dawson, Oli Langford – violins
  • Vicci Wardman, Helen Kamminga, Reiad Chibah – violas
  • Ian Burdge, Chris Worsey, Katherine Jenkinson – cellos
  • Richard Pryce – double bass
  • Richard Watkins, Nigel Black – French horns
  • Tom Walsh, Louis Dowdswell, Andy Wood – trumpets, flugelhorns
  • Callum Au – tenor trombone
  • Dave Stewart – trombone

Technical

  • James Ford – production, recording (tracks 1–5, 7–12); mixing (all tracks)
  • Morgan Geist – production (track 4)
  • Joseph Mount – production, recording (track 6)
  • Adam Bainbridge – production (track 8)
  • Benji B – production (track 10)
  • Matthew Tavares – production (track 10)
  • Midland – additional production (track 5)
  • Joe LaPorta – mastering
  • Billy Foster – engineering assistance
  • Matt Jaggar – engineering assistance
  • Lewis Jones – string and brass recording
  • George Oulton – engineering assistance

Artwork

  • Mat Maitland – creative direction
  • Dan Sanders – commission, creative
  • Rory Dewar – artwork
  • Carlijn Jacobs – photography
  • Suzanne Beirne – set design

Charts

Chart performance for What's Your Pleasure?
Chart (2020)Peak
position
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Flanders)[60]36
Irish Albums (OCC)[61]28
Polish Albums (ZPAV)[62]17
Scottish Albums (OCC)[63]3
Swiss Albums (Schweizer Hitparade)[64]66
UK Albums (OCC)[65]3
US Top Album Sales (Billboard)[66]34

Release history

Release dates and formats for What's Your Pleasure?
RegionDateFormatVersionLabelRef.
Various26 June 2020Standard[54][67]
11 June 2021
  • Cassette
  • CD
  • digital download
  • streaming
  • vinyl
Platinum Pleasure edition[55][68]

Notes

  1. ^ Guitars and drums on tracks 1–4 and 8
  2. ^ Backing vocals on tracks 1–4, 7–9, 11 and 12
  3. ^ Strings and brass

References

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  68. ^ Physical releases for What's Your Pleasure? (Platinum Pleasure Edition):

Artist(s)

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Jessie Ware bei einem Auftritt im Januar 2012

Jessica Lois „Jessie“ Ware (* 15. Oktober 1984 in London, Großbritannien) ist eine britische Singer-Songwriterin im Bereich Popmusik.

Werdegang

Jessie Ware ist die jüngere Schwester der Schauspielerin Hannah Ware. Sie begann ihre musikalische Laufbahn als Sängerin für den Musikproduzenten SBTRKT. Ihre erste Solosingle Strangest Feeling erschien 2011. Mit der Single 110 % erreichte sie erstmals die britischen Charts. Ihr Debütalbum Devotion wurde Ende August 2012 veröffentlicht.

Diskografie

Alben

JahrTitelHöchstplatzierung, Gesamtwochen, AuszeichnungChartplatzierungenChartplatzierungen[1][2]
(Jahr, Titel, Plat­zie­rungen, Wo­chen, Aus­zeich­nungen, Anmer­kungen)
Anmerkungen
DE DECH CHUK UKUS US
2012DevotionCH59
(1 Wo.)CH
UK5
Gold
Gold

(26 Wo.)UK
US79
(1 Wo.)US
2014Tough LoveDE71
(1 Wo.)DE
CH40
(2 Wo.)CH
UK9
Gold
Gold

(18 Wo.)UK
US50
(2 Wo.)US
2017GlasshouseUK7
(5 Wo.)UK
2020What’s Your Pleasure?CH66
(1 Wo.)CH
UK3
(4 Wo.)UK

Singles

JahrTitel
Album
Höchstplatzierung, Gesamtwochen, AuszeichnungChartsChartplatzierungen[1][2]
(Jahr, Titel, Album, Plat­zie­rungen, Wo­chen, Aus­zeich­nungen, Anmer­kungen)
Anmerkungen
UK UK
2012110 Percent
Devotion
UK41
(7 Wo.)UK
Wildest Moments
Devotion
UK46
Silber
Silber

(6 Wo.)UK
Night Light
Devotion
UK95
(1 Wo.)UK
2014Tough Love
Tough Love
UK34
(2 Wo.)UK
Say You Love Me
Tough Love
UK22
Gold
Gold

(10 Wo.)UK
2017Midnight
Glasshouse
UK89
(1 Wo.)UK
Alone
Glasshouse
UK60
Silber
Silber

(3 Wo.)UK
2018Wish Me Well
Diamond in the Dirt
UK73
(1 Wo.)UK
feat. Jessie Ware

Weitere Singles

  • Strangest Feeling (2011)
  • Running (2012)
  • If You’re Never Gonna Move (2012)
  • Sweet Talk (2013)
  • Imagine It Was Us (2013)
  • You & I (Forever) (2015)
  • Champagne Kisses (2015)
  • Selfish Love (2017)

Quellen

  1. a b Chartquellen: DE CH UK US
  2. a b Certified Awards Search UK (Datenbanksuche)

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