Jessica Rose “Jessie” James Decker (born April 12, 1988) is an American country pop singer-songwriter and reality T.V. personality. At age fifteen, after auditioning for and being rejected by most of the country labels in Nashville, Tennessee, James began working on refining her craft with Carla Wallace of Big Yellow Dog Music. One of her songs attracted the attention of Mercury Records which offered her a recording contract. She released her debut album, Jessie James, in 2009. A few years later in 2013, she starred with her husband Eric Decker in the E! reality show Eric & Jessie: Game On that is no longer airing. The following year, on April 18, 2014, James released an EP through iTunes with 19 Recordings entitled Comin’ Home.
At seventeen, James was introduced to Carla Wallace of independent label Big Yellow Dog Music, who helped her with her songwriting and singing. One of her songs, “Gypsy Girl”, written with two writers from Yellow Dog had been pitched to American Idol contestant and winner, Carrie Underwood. Underwood put it on hold for her record, but nonetheless the song made it into the hands of record executive David Massey, who brought her to the attention of L.A. Reid. She auditioned for Reid singing her song “My Cowboy”, produced by John Rich. James soon inked a contract with Mercury Records
In June 2015, Decker debuted her clothing and accessory line “Kittenish” for Kora Rae. Kittenish by Kora Rae
“Kittenish,” a collaboration with Kora Rae Decker’s fashion sense and own personal style has caught the eye of fans and followers making her a fashion icon (People). Due to this appeal, in June 2015 Decker debuted her clothing and accessory line “Kittenish” for Kora Rae. The collection is designed in a way that is meant to “build confidence…and make you feel good” (People). The collection ranges from formal to everyday wear and has continued to produce new lines each season.