The emotive range of British prodigy 'Little Simz' continues to grow whilst stunning us with brilliant release after brilliant release.
Hopping across R&B, Grime and Soul with ease without ever losing momentum, her 2019 effort 'Grey Area' remains a benchmark release for the new masters of British rap alongside Slowthai and Loyle Carner. At only 35 minutes, it is a back-to-back class displaying versatility and completely original, organic instrumentation and smooth flows.
And she has come around to wow us again with 'Sometimes I Might Be Introvert', her grand expansion into a 65 minutes epic. The album builds on 'Grey Area' with even lusher production with orchestral backing and deeper ventures into genre's and influences that have shaped Simz to be the incredible artist she is today. 'Point and Kill' with Obongjayar and 'Two Worlds Apart' are some of our highlights, but with 19 tracks all up, there's bound to be something for all listeners.
We implore anyone who hasn't tapped into this groundbreaking artist, to do so immediately. With several brilliant albums under her belt and an ever-increasing ear for production and flow, Little Simz is bound for even more success in the years to come.