London rapper Little Simz honors divine femininity all around the globe with her latest track “Woman.” This is the second single from Simz’s upcoming record Sometimes I Might Be Introvert and features vocals from singer Cleo Sol. With crisp production courtesy of Inflo (who is also credited on 2019’s Grey Area), “Woman” finds Simz rhyming about the ones who handle their business and make it look both fly and effortless.
The rapper self-directed the accompanying visual for “Woman,” which showcases a host of recognizable faces regally posing and strutting throughout the quarters of a sprawling estate. Models Jourdan Dunn and Kesewa Aboah, as well as singers Joy Crookes and Denai Moore, are among the featured guests and serve up major boss babe energy.
“Woman” is full of memorable montages, such as women lip-syncing and doing synchronized dances along a staircase — fitted with boas, early 20th century glamour, and dramatic flair. On screen, the colorful retro suits and dresses add a compelling layer to Simz’s distinct flow and artful storytelling.
“I see you glow, you’re the finest gold. When you walk in the room, they feel your soul. Our style, it shines, so ahead of time,” she and Sol sing in the post-chorus. The pair previously collaborated on the stunning hit “Selfish” from the album Grey Area.
Simz’s newest album is due out September 3rd. Check out the vibrant visual for “Woman” below.