North London star Little Simz has gifted us with her highly-anticipated album, Sometimes I Might Be Introvert.
Housing nineteen tracks, this album allows listeners to see Little Simz in a light like never before as she opens up across the nineteen track project.
Throughout the album, we hear Little Simz at her most vulnerable as she speaks on her relationship with one of her older sisters (“Miss Understood”), her absent father (“I Love You, I Hate You”) and her cousin who spent weeks in a coma after being stabbed (“Little Q, Pt 2”).
Away from family life, Sometimes I Might Be Introvert also explores themes such as female empowerment (“Woman”), love (“I See You”) and social justice (“Introvert”) – but we do hear Simz simply flex her bars and flows on tracks such as “Rollin Stone”.
Features are kept to a minimum on this project, as we only receive guest vocals from Obonjayar on “Point & Kill” and Cleo Sol on the aforementioned “Woman”.
It’s been two years since Simz dropped her Mercury Prize-shortlisted album Grey Area and S.I.M.B.I – her fourth studio LP – is definitely a fitting follow-up to the 2019 project.
Be sure to take in Sometimes I Might Be Introvert in full below!