Little Simz gives us a bold and dramatic introduction to her forthcoming album, 'Sometimes I Might Be Introvert', due out on September 3rd via AGE 101 MUSIC, with her new single 'Introvert'. The 'Selfish' singer takes no prisoners on her latest track, mixing the arrangement up with part protest song, part self examination and part current affairs analysis. 'Introvert' is packed full of a brilliantly versed social commentary and inward looking observations of her own life.
Little Simz captures the frustration and turmoil she has experienced and turns it into a potent song that cuts through to give up possibly her best work to date. Little Simz is unflinching in her lyrical outpourings, as she lays herself bare on a track that has a huge cinematic sound.
From the opening theatrical military drum beats and the foreboding horns you just know this song is going to deliver. This is not a timid song waiting in the shadows, this is a song that commands your attention with a power and a resonance that simply can't be ignored.
Simz doesn't miss a beat on her new single, delivering line after line of incredible lyrics where no word is surplus to requirement and every syllable is sung with passion. "I bottle up and then spill it verses, One day I’m wordless next day I’m a wordsmith, Close to success but to happiness I’m the furthest" Simz sings in her own inimitable way.
Without doubt, 'Introvert', is a fantastic first taste of the new Little Simz album, her first since she released 'GREY Area' back in March 2019. The North London rapper, and Ivor Novello award winner, sounds empowered on her latest release although in a recent interview she said, "I’m just very to myself and I didn’t know how to really navigate that, especially coming in this industry where you’re expected to have this extroverted persona all the time." Introvert or extrovert, Little Simz new 19 track album looks set to be one of the highlights of the year.
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