There's been a lot of talk about music that isn't "proper" summer festival fare seeping into T In The Park this year; that a young woman in her mid-twenties whose records top the charts has no place in among the guitar-obsessed indie-rock hordes of Balado.
Well, enough about Nicola Benedetti and her Radio 3 concertos – what about Jessie J?
Joking apart, there are those in the press who, at a push, would rather take the urbane over the urban if it came to broadening the genres at Scotland's biggest music festival. The people on the muddy ground, however, beg to differ, if their reaction to Jessie J – and Example, Labrinth, Professor Green, Tinie Tempah, to name but a few – is anything to go by.
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