Category: Jorja Smith

LOST & FOUND – Unraveling the Intricate Tapestries of Youth & Innocence

Jorja Smith’s ‘Lost & Found’ is more than just an arresting opus of modern soul; it’s an introspective journey into the very fabric of youthful innocence and the inevitable desolation that comes with growth. From the first breathy vocal line to the final resonating chord, Smith weaves a tale of naivety, yearning, and self-discovery through a masterful blend of poignant lyrics and haunting melodies.

The One – Unveiling the Layers of Self-realization and Freedom

Jorja Smith’s ‘The One’ resonates like a soft whisper into the ethos of self-discovery, resonating with the internal battles of a generation caught between ideals and reality. The British songstress has woven a multi-layered narrative of love, self-worth, and emancipation within her pensive lyrics, which continue to unfurl with each listening.

Don’t Watch Me Cry – Unveiling the Layers of Lost Love and Lingering Pain

Jorja Smith’s ‘Don’t Watch Me Cry’ is a ballad that delves into the depths of post-breakup melancholy, excavating the complex layers of heartache and the silent pleas of a scarred soul. With haunting melodies and Smith’s emotive vocal prowess, the track serves as a raw confessionary, inviting us into the singer’s most vulnerable moments following a separation.

Where Did I Go? – Unraveling the Maze of Lost Identity in Love

In the labyrinthine realm of relationships, Jorja Smith’s ‘Where Did I Go?’ stands as a reflective ballad, echoing the sentiments of those who find themselves lost post-love. Smith’s velvet tones serve as a guide through the introspective journey of self-discovery and confrontation with the aftermath of a love that promised much but delivered little.

Teenage Fantasy – Navigating the Labyrinth of Youthful Longing

Jorja Smith’s ‘Teenage Fantasy’ is a smooth, nuanced ballad that captures the essence of adolescent longing and the harsh wake-up call of reality. With her soulful voice and poignant lyrics, Smith takes us on a journey through the highs and lows of young love, exploring the often idealized but disillusioned experience that so many can relate to.

Blue Lights – Decoding the Lyrical Depth of Social Commentary

The haunting tune of ‘Blue Lights’ by Jorja Smith isn’t just another addition to the British singer-songwriter’s discography; it’s a piercing social commentary wrapped in a velvet voice. Released in 2016, the song marks Smith’s debut single—a powerful entry into the music scene that instantly positioned her as an artist with something substantive to say.


“GO GO GO” by Jorja Smith

As of this writing, Jorja Smith is on the verge of dropping her third studio album, “Falling or Flying”. That project is slated to be made public via a label known as FAMM in late September...

Jorja Smith

Jorja Smith

Jorja Smith is a British singer-songwriter. Hailing from Walsall, West Midlands, England, Jorja first gained attention in the music industry in 2016 with her maiden single “Blue Lights”. The single was so successful it...

Little Things

“Little Things” by Jorja Smith

Being released on May 11th, “Little Things” marks Jorja Smith’s second single of 2023, following “Try Me”, which came out in April. The songstress wrote this song with Edith Nelson, Maverick Sabre, Barbara Boko, New Machine and P2J. The...


“Addicted” by Jorja Smith

What we’re actually dealing with Jorja Smith’s “Addicted” is a case of unrequited love. The singer, partially from a third-person perspective, is speaking to what would logically be a romantic relationship. And at the center of...