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Little Simz Releases Energetic Video For Offence

Wednesday, 03 October 2018 Written by Helen Payne

“I’m Jay Z on a bad day, Shakespeare on my worst days."

Little Simz is not shy. On September single Offence, her first offering since her 2016 debut 'Stillness In Wonderland', she spits out bars over dramatic orchestral instrumentation and a sticky bassline. Simz says it from her chest, and doesn’t care who she offends.

Offence now has an accompanying video, which depicts the artist reigning supreme surrounded by spectacular dancers in a dusty and dark industrial area. Director Charlie Di Placido noted:

Having been Little Simz fans from the get go, we've always wanted to collaborate on a music video with her. We loved the track when we heard it and couldn't wait to bring our distinctive dance style to the visual. We have been workshopping a lot this year with our choreographer Nat Zangi and a group of very talented young dancers through AMCK Dance. We had a lot of fun with Simbi casting from that pool of dancers and the combined passion of everyone involved has shone through, resulting in something we are immensely proud of. There’s also a dancer’s edit on the way as well so look out for that too.”

Simz aditionally recently released the track Boss.

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