Little Simz 'Selfish' by Jeremy Cole
Jeremy Cole reunites with Little SImz, and what appears like a simple one-shot performance becomes altogether more complicated when Simz and her backsing singer start multiplying.
It's a subtle but very effective use of motion control for Selfish, the first single from the new album GREY Area, released in March.
In a recent BBC Radio 1 interview, Simz stated the album is based on her mid-twenties and that stage of her life. No one warned me it was going to be this hard,” she said. “It feels like a grey area – which is why I called the album that. I definitely feel like this is my best work.”
|Director of Photography||Pieter Synman|
|1st AD||Ato Yankey|
|Art Director||Barbara Aoyzie|
|Hair & Make-up||Nibras|
|Colourist||Luke Morrison at ETC|
|Other credits||Runner: Nana Quartey Spark: Jake Buckley Moco Operator: Tomi Keeling Moco Assistant: Ladislav Set Builder: Sam Michnik|
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