Jorja Smith Keeps It Fun & Flirty In Video For New Cut “Little Things”

Following on from "Try Me", this is the second single to be taken from Jorja's upcoming new album, which is due for release later this year.

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After a short hiatus, Jorja Smith made her return last month with the song “Try Me”, as well as the announcement that she’d be releasing a new album this year. Now, after the grand melodrama of the DAMEDAME*-produced track and its Marseille-set visuals, the Walsall native shifts gears slightly for something a little different.

For new single “Little Things”, P2J and New Machine handle production, crafting a jazzy, party-ready instrumental for Jorja’s sultry vocals and seductive lyrics. It also comes with a video from director Bolade Banjo who puts Jorja right in the thick of a high-energy house party where the drinks are flowing and the bodies are bumping up against each other.

Sharing her thoughts on the track, Jorja says: “The song is pretty self-explanatory. I had a lil’ concoction—rum, Ting and a Magnum—when we started creating it, and I was just imagining hearing this song walking into a party and seeing someone I’d had my eye on. It’s fun!”

Video director Bolade Bango added: “The lyrics and instrumental were very much dedicated to the direction of the video; it was about finding the stylistic language that made sense. Speaking with Jorja about how she wanted to approach this, it became apparent; ‘Little Things’ was within itself.”

Press play on the video above and be sure to add “Little Things” to your playlists.


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