Jorja Smith Drops "The One" From Her List Of Suitors
Jorja Smith just released the music video for her Lost & Found cut “The One,” a song where she expounds the meaning of living out your love to the fullest. Smith broke it down rather succinctly; this World is made up of three kinds of lovers: choosers, takers, and begging heartbreakers. But of course, the Hector Dockrill-directed music video opens up the limitations imposed by the song.
“The track really inspired me to try and visualize what it’s like to keep getting pulled back into a relationship, explained Dockrill. “With the concept, I wanted to leave the question: what has happened? I also felt the video should be beautifully simple to let Jorja’s incredible energy and performance drive the video, which she naturally did.”
To mark the occasion, Jorja Smith is also releasing two new remixes to the song: one by Drum & Bass expert “High Contrast” and another by current junglist Spyro. Jorja Smith might seem lovey-dovey to your average listener, but you can’t say she doesn’t keep our ears “to the street.”