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Jorja Smith unveils brand new track ‘By Any Means’

It sits as the lead release from Roc Nation’s upcoming ‘Reprise’ project, bringing awareness to social justice issues
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Published: 1:59 pm, July 30, 2020Words: Jamie Muir.
Jorja Smith unveils brand new track ‘By Any Means’

Jorja Smith has returned with brand new track ‘By Any Means’

A powerful new number, the song is the lead release taken from a new project called ‘Reprise’ - curated by Roc Nation featuring multiple artists coming together with new tracks, uniting to bring vital awareness to important social justice issues. A portion of proceeds from the project will in turn go towards a range of organisations supporting victims of police brutality, hate crimes and other violations of civil rights

Speaking about the track Jorja said: "The inspiration behind 'By Any Means' really came from going to the Black Lives Matter protest and leaving thinking, what can I do to keep this conversation going? It’s not just a post on social media, it's life.”

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