Jorja Smith Strips Down Kendrick Lamar & SZA's "All the Stars"

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During her recent appearance on BBC Radio 1, songstress Jorja Smith showed off her smooth vocal talents by covering Kendrick Lamar and SZA‘s hit single, “All the Stars.”

Originally debuting as a bass-heavy track on Marvel’s Black Panther OST, Smith decided to strip back the single, creating a light, soulful vibe to the track. “I love this song,” Smith told host Clara Amfo. “I love the chorus, how it’s quite big and then it goes down. We’ve done a nice little rendition of it.”

Take a look at Jorja Smith’s BBC Radio 1 session below and tune into the 2hr 9min mark for the “All the Stars” cover. Smith will begin her North American tour on November 19 in Seattle and will conclude in Toronto on December 19.

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