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Little Simz has dropped new track ‘I Love You, I Hate You’, lifted from her forthcoming album ‘Sometimes I Might Be Introvert’, due out on 03 September 2021.

Addressing her absent father, the rapper tackles difficult material in the raw and emotional track, which at first she refused to write. Simz commented, “My producer Inflo asked me, what do you love and what do you hate? I knew the answer immediately, but I was adamant I didn’t want to talk about it”.

LISTEN TO ‘I LOVE YOU, I HATE YOU’ HERE:

The track follows previous releases ‘Introvert’, ‘Woman’ and ‘Rollin Stone’, with ‘Sometimes I Might Be Introvert’ shaping up to be one of the most anticipated records of the year.

A force to be reckoned with on stage, Little Simz has also confirmed her biggest national tour to date for this November/December in addition to a series of festival appearances lined-up for this summer.

Little Simz 2021 Live Dates:

Sheffield Tramlines, 24 July
London All Points East, 28 Aug
Bristol Love Saves The Day, 04 Sep
Wales End Of The Road, 05
Glasgow TRNSMT, 10
Manchester Parklife, 12
Dublin Electric Picnic, 24
Bristol NASS, 25
Birmingham O2 Institute, 25 Nov
Newcastle O2 Academy, 27
Glasgow O2 Academy, 28
Bristol O2 Academy, 02 Dec
Nottingham Rock City, 06
Manchester Albert Hall, 07
Norwich LCR UEA, 08
Brighton Dome, 10
Cardiff University Great Hall, 12
Cambridge Corn Exchange, 13
Liverpool O2 Academy, 14
London O2 Academy Brixton, 16

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