Jessie Ware has announced she is releasing her second album 'Tough Love' this October but Hollywood actor Russell Crowe has already got his hands on a copy of the LP which he has described as a ''beautiful'' record.
The 29-year-old singer announced on her Twitter page today (04.08.14) that she will bring out her hotly-anticipated second LP 'Tough Love' on October 6, and has confirmed the tracklisting.
She posted: ''Morning! I have an announcement: TOUGH LOVE, my second album is out on 6th Oct. Pre-order ... I love it, Hope you do. x (sic)''
Although the album isn't out for two months, Hollywood A-lister Crowe has someone managed to get his hands on a copy.
After listening to the LP, the 'Noah' star has urged his fans to go out and buy the ''beautiful'' record when it's out.
He tweeted: ''Had the privilege of hearing @JessieWare new album Tough Love. Beautiful work. Check it out when you can. (sic)''.
The 'If You're Never Gonna Move' singer will play two UK concerts at the St John at Hackney Church in London and the Manchester Cathedral on October 2 and October 3 respectively to coincide with the release of 'Tough Love'.
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