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Little Simz Drops New Track 101 FM

Tuesday, 04 December 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Jack Bridgman

Little Simz has dropped a new single.

101 FM follows up Boss and Offence, which came out in September, and sees the London-based rapper reflecting on coming up in the music industry.

"We used to have dreams of getting out the flats, bus rides to the studio just to make tracks," she reminisces over keyboard trills and steady beats.

Simz's last album was 2016's 'Stillness In Wonderland'. She is currently working on its follow up.

The rapper will support Jungle at Alexandra Palace in London on February 21 and appear at All Points East on May 24.

 





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