100 inspirational women in 100 days. Day 85: Jessie Ware.
Last year at London's Women's March, we spotted Ware standing strong on the front line with her daughter in her arms, holding a sign quoting 'Baby girls deserve a better world'. A born and raised London girl, Ware is an active supporter for women's rights in UK. Having first worked as a journalist at the The Jewish Chronicle and also a short time at The Daily Mirror, In 2014, she then released her first album 'Devotion'. Her most recent albums Tough Love (2014) and Glasshouse (2017) were of equal success. Her music explores the giddy highs of relationships and now, motherhood too. She has been nominated for 11 awards over the past years, and again this year, at 2018's BRIT awards for Best British Female Artist. Wishing her all the luck in the world from the team at Congress! When asked about her career in a recent interview, Ware replied “I feel like I have a point to prove: I can do everything. I can work. I can make a record. I can be a good mom. I can do this all.” #britawards#jessieware#britishfemaleartist#brits#brit#award#glasshouse#singer#artist#singer#album#british#britishmusic#music#topwomen#influencer#influential#motivation#feminist#equalrights#equality#liberation#womensmarch#womentogether#top100#britishwomen
Tomorrow are #BRITs and Strip That Down is nominated for British Video so make sure to vote for Liam when the voting is open which starts at 8pm GMT ! 1 vote per acc so please open so many accs you can and vote for him.. He's also nominated for Best British Single (which isn't fan voted) and also will perform #ForYou with Rita Ora. So proud of him this is the first year of his solo career and he's nominated on two categories and also will perform🙌 wouldn't be more amazing if he wins these awards? Also would be his first award as a solo artist. So pretty please don't forget to vote for him he deserves it so much and he was so excited since the beginning! Do it for Liam💖 😍❤