Jorja Smith’s art transcends to all audiences, from all walks of life.
Shot by Aldo Hacheme, the intense video shines a light on the global refugee crisis impacting the world at large. The picture finds many oppressed people and renegades in littered streets and homes attempting to make the best out of their harsh dilemmas. Some frames have lifeless children and adults on the grounds surrounded by local people, while others are living in their truths.
Smith stopped by the triple j’s studio for a flawless two-song gig in February. Prior to her enchanting performances, the Grammy-nominated singer announced she and her bestie Kali Uchis are co-headlining a tour this spring. The first show kicks off on April 28 at The Anthem in Washington, D.C. Smith will also play at the 2019 Governors Ball in New York City.
Watch the powerful video below.
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