Little Simz Premieres Bold Visuals For ‘Introvert’

Amanda Da Great

By Amanda Da Great

Amanda Da Great

21 Apr 2021

Her 2019 studio album ‘Grey Area’ is one for the books, and following on from its release Islington’s very own, Little Simz has returned to premiere bold visuals for ‘Introvert’ after the announcement of her upcoming project ‘Sometimes I Might Be An Introvert’.

The track opens up with a champions intro amped up by trumpets, drums, conscious adlibs and a beat of Hip-Hop origins. The orchestral, film-scorish nature that makes up ‘Introvert’s instrumental (produced by Inflo) matches up to the cinematic representation in the visuals (directed by Salmon Lighthelm). The synergy between both components succeeds in playing out the narrative of political reality, which has become more prevalent through protests, campaigns and the viral nature of media outlets.

Various scenes in the music video refer back to older footage of protests against police brutality before switching to footage recorded in the current day; essentially highlighting that nothing has changed, and corruption continues to occur within systems put forward by rigged government bodies.

In addition to the powerful statements being made, Simz successfully uses the song as a moment to express her inner extrovert, by leading the artistic contemporary dance sequences taking place in a grand setting, and demonstrating her ruthless pen.

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