Another great joint from Little Simz’s recent third album, which has emerged as arguably her strongest work to date. 101 FM is a reflective song about Simz’s early days in the flats, all framed within the nostalgic setting of a pirate radio station. Keep an eye out for cameos from KOjey Radical and Momma Simz too. Grey Area is out now on all the usual platforms.
A triumphant and very welcome return for Little Simz as she releases her much anticipated GREY Area album. Following on from 2017’s Stillness in Wonderland and a string of superb singles – Boss, No Offence, Selfish – the London MC hits us with a full length that portrays an artist who has grown in confidence and skill. I was definitely a fan of her earlier projects, but this one seems a lot more accomplished and cohesive than its predecessors. And on GREY Area, Simz seems a lot happier to amplify her voice and her views – see No Offence, Wounds, Venom and Boss for the evidence. The supporting cast helps to make the album the treat it is, with some great features from Chronixx, Little Dragon, Michael Kiwanuka and Cleo Sol. The album is available to stream in full below. Continue reading “Little Simz: GREY Area (Stream)”
Little Simz returns with another great track from her forthcoming album. 101 FM is a decidedly more mellow affair compared to her last single, Offence, with the London MC getting reflective about the old days over some production laced with some form of traditional Chinese instrument (pipa?). No more details on the album release yet, but I would guess we will see its arrival in early 2019.
I can’t get enough of this new track from Little Simz, something about that beat is really infectious. Not sure who’s on the production, but they smashed it. Looking forward to hearing all the other new material she is waiting to unveil.