Jorja Smith released her hugely anticipated debut album ‘Lost & Found.’ Previous singles ‘Blue Lights,’ ‘Teenage Fantasy’ and ‘Where Did I Go?’ are included on the project, as well as seven sensational unheard tracks. ‘Lost & Found’ is the rich fruit of Jorja’s past two years of work and an artistic statement. On her debut offering, Smith’s playfully infectious pop spirit intertwines with her youthful charisma, idiosyncratic storytelling, and informed opinions – attributes that have set her apart from her peers and seen her become one of the UK’s most-loved female-breakthrough stars of recent years. A sonic masterclass, ‘Lost & Found’ spans a number of personal, and relatable topics that only Jorja Smith could unite so compellingly. Written across the ages of 17-20, 'Lost & Found' is a masterpiece of observation and experience, with an underlying innocence of a young artist finding her way in life.
01. Lost & Found 02. Teenage Fantasy 03. Where Did I Go? 04. February 3rd 05. On Your Own 06. The One 07. Wandering Romance 08. Blue Lights 09. Lifeboats (Freestyle) 10. Goodbyes 11. Tomorrow 12. Don't Watch Me Cry
Bursting onto the scene in 2016 with her critically acclaimed debut single ‘Blue Lights,’ Jorja was subsequently tipped for success by a plethora of publications including The Times, The Fader, i-D Magazine, The Guardian, and many more. In 2017, Jorja, went on to support mega-star Bruno Mars on the US-leg of his world tour, collaborated with global lyricist Drake (‘More Life’) and also co-wrote ‘I Am’ - her solo single on the #1 Black Panther soundtrack - with the man himself, Kendrick Lamar. Kicking-off 2018 as BRITs Critics’ Choice winner, she followed with her sensational single ‘Let Me Down;’ a stunning, frank, and honest track which featured an emotion-filled rap from British MC Stormzy. Shortly after, Jorja embarked on her third sold-out 8-date UK tour which concluded with two Shepherds Bush Empire dates, all reviewed to critical acclaim.
P.S. Jorja recently visited BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge and covered Rihanna's 'Man Down' and Cardi B's 'Be Careful.' Check it below!