Little Simz Releases First Track In Almost 2 Years, "Offence"

Using live instrumentation for the first time.

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Nearly two years after her last album, Stillness in Wonderland, London-based artist Little Simz her bombastic experimental track “Offence.” The track was first shared on Zane Lowe‘s Beats1 show and will serve as the first single to her upcoming project.

In a discussion with Zane, Simz spoke about how the project will feature her first team working with live instruments, stating: “I guess this is my first project where I’ve kind of worked with only real live instrumentation. And for ‘Offence’ anyway, I wanted it to feel very unapologetic, very ballsy and I think times like this especially… It’s not time to be silent.”

Stream the track above and check out Bhad Bhabie’s new debut project.

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