Jorja Smith Drops Beautifully Soulful & Sultry New Single, February 3rd

With just a couple of weeks from today till very beautifully gorgeous and talented breakout U.K. singer/songwriter, Jorja Smith, drops her very highly-anticipated debut album, Lost & Found, last night she decided to share her latest single from the album, February 3rd.  A very beautifully soulful and sultry new record, which finds Smith over the very lush piano-laden backdrop singing about a lover she can’t quite let go and wants to quit playing games with her because of how much she’s already lost herself trying to give love to him and tugging at heartstrings she wants him to get just as lost trying to give his love back to her.  She also encourages the personal growth that’s needed to elevate and grow any relationship though, as she opens the very delicate new ballad singing, “There’s a life outside I didn’t know.  Tied up falling down for an empty soul.  And Lord knows that this love is taking toll.  I’ve given all my love to this broken home.”  Just when you think the talented singer can’t drop a betthere record than Blue Lights, which is arguably not only her best record to date, but possibly one of the best songs I’ve ever heard, she gives us a just as great and possibly even better record like this, which builds the very high expectations and anticipation I already had for album, which was already a lot, even that much more.  The very talented Smith really showing off her very angelic vocals and voice on this, as she asks the following of her man in singing the delicately sultry chorus over the very acoustic backdrops we have come to expect the singer to always sing over, “So why don’t you lose yourself for me?  Why don’t you lose yourself for me?  What is it that your eyes don’t see?  Why don’t you lose yourself for me?  Why don’t you lose yourself for me?”  You can listen to the very beautifully soulful and sultry amazing new record below and expect the U.S.’s growing love affair with the very talented U.K. singer to only rise even more to stardom beyond the pond to here stateside as well.

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