Take a journey with Little Simz in the trippy film for her Stillness in Wonderland album

Little Simz recently dropped off more greatness with her second album Stillness in Wonderland.

The 22-year-old offered us a very personal glimpse at what life has been like since the first album, A Curious Tale Of Trials + Persons, and its packed with the lyricism we’ve come to expect from Simbi.

But the album has also come accompanied by a short film with visuals to match the trippy, cathartic journey we’re sonically taken on. Take it in.

Creating Stillness in Wonderland while on tour had been a struggle for the Islington rapper, not just in terms of finding the hours but also while looking for a concept.

Luckily for us it all became clear, and the album is here.

The album is getting incredible reviews, and Simz is continuing to push boundaries.

And with phenomenal debut A Curious Tale Of Trials + Persons winning album of the year at the AIM awards, the sky should be the limit for this one.

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