The release of Little Simz’s fourth studio album, Sometimes I Might Be Introvert, which features 19 cuts and extra features from Cleo Sol and Obongjayar, should take place in the next few months. Continuing her momentum after well-received singles “Introvert,” “Rollin Stone,” and “Woman,” Simz delivers “I Love You, I Hate You,” a hit single produced by Inflo and detailing her relationship with her father:
According to Simz, in a recent interview with The Guardian She talked about the experience of bringing “I Love You, I Hate You” to life
Sometime I Might Be Introvert will follow Grey Area, a critically acclaimed album consisting of 10 tracks and contributions from artists such as Cleo Sol, Chronixx, Michael Kiwanuka, and Little Dragon. Simz’s Grey Area also landed at the number one spot on the UK R&B Albums chart and the number eleven spot on the UK Independent Albums chart, as well as a best album honor at last year’s 65th Ivor Novello awards. She expressed her gratitude after finding out about such an incredible achievement:
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