Watch Little Simz’s video for empowering new song, “Woman”

The smooth jam also enlists Cleo Sol on vocals.

Little Simz has dropped “Woman,” the second single from her upcoming album, Sometimes I Might Be Introvert.

Over shuffling drums and soulful bass, the British MC pays tribute to women of all backgrounds. “Yoruba girl tougher than imperial leather / He was gettin’ bitter while she was gettin’ better,” she proudly raps.

The track also features Cleo Sol on vocals, who delivers a refrain that encapsulates the track’s celebration of female strength. “I love how you go from zero to one hundred / And leave the dust behind, you’ve got this / All action, no talk,” she sings.

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In a first for the rapper, Simz directed the extravagant accompanying music video. It depicts Simz in an opulent mansion, flanked by women in its various settings: posing under glistening chandeliers, toasting in majestic ballrooms, and dancing on grand stairways.

“I love it when I see women doing their thing and looking flawless; I’m here for that!” Simz said about the track in a press release. “It’s empowering, it’s inspiring; I wanted to say thank you and I wanted to celebrate them.”

The song is the second single from her upcoming full-length release due on September 3, Sometimes I Might Be Introvert. This was preceded by the fiery political anthem “Introvert,” which Simz dropped in late April.

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Her third album follows 2019’s Mercury Prize-winning Grey Area, as well as last year’s Drop 6 EP.

Cleo Sol also previously featured on Simz’s previous Grey Area track, “Selfish.”

Watch the music video for “Woman” here:

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