Jorja Smith Performs “Blue Lights” on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!'

This is her late night debut.

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U.K. singer Jorja Smith made her late night debut yesterday, April 16. Smith performed “Blue Lights,” her breakout song from 2016. Backed by a live band, Smith’s intoxicating, soulful voice left the audience in an awe while lights from a police car siren shined in the background.

She released her Stormzy-assisted “Let Me Down” single in January and was recently featured on the soundtrack for Black Panther.

Fans are still waiting for Smith to drop a new project, but for now, watch her performance above.

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