Jesy Nelson 's highly anticipated first solo single looks set to be dropping soon as the former Little Mix star has apparently been recording a new music video ahead of her comeback.
The 30-year-old is said to have spent the last three days at a West London studio alongside 20 dancers as she goes under intense training for her first ever solo venture.
Speaking to The Sun, a music insider said: “Jesy spent several months at the beginning of the year working on the music and it has all come together quite quickly.
“Her new record label Polydor are keen to strike while the iron is hot, so they are throwing everything at her project and want the first single out in a matter of weeks."
The source then went on to claim that performing alone has been "refreshing" for the singer, as she is no longer comparing herself to former bandmates Perrie Edwards, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall.
“It is more upbeat than some might be expecting and there will be plenty of choreography in the video," they also revealed.
The insider added: “Jesy has been working hard and is feeling really positive about this new chapter of her career.”
This latest tease comes as fans of the star took to social media last week to declare that the one-time Little Mix member had been added as an artist to Spotify, taking it as a sign that new music is due any day now.
Some fans shared an unconfirmed supposed screenshot of Jesy seeming to confirm the news of her unverified artist profile on the streaming site via a conversation with a fan on Instagram.
Jesy shocked the world when she famously left the world's biggest girl band Little Mix last year in order to protect her mental health, before going on to sign a solo record deal with Polydor Records in May 2021.
Many were shocked to see her return to the studio just weeks after her dramatic exit but the star confessed that she never had any intentions of walking away from the music world completely.
"I feel like there have been a few people who don't understand why I left Little Mix, but am now in the studio making music," she told the Cosmopolitan earlier this year.
“I never said when I put out my statement that I was coming out of the band to never be in the public eye or perform again, or do music. I was coming out of the band because I genuinely couldn't deal with the pressure of being in a girl band."
The X Factor winner has been teasing and building anticipation for her solo album ever since making the news official earlier this year after a series of social media snaps in the studio.
"I cannot wait for you guys to hear what I've been working on and to start this new chapter," Jesy told fans back in May when she first signed her solo record deal.
The Mirror has reached out to representatives for Jesy Nelson for comment.