Jorja Smith

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Jorja Smith
Jorja Smith at The Opera House in 2018
Smith performing in May 2018
Born Jorja Alice Smith
(1997-06-11) 11 June 1997 (age 21)
Walsall, West Midlands, England
Occupation Singer-songwriter
Years active 2016–present
Musical career
Genres
Instruments Vocals
Labels FAMM
Website jorjasmith.com

Jorja Alice Smith (born 11 June 1997) is an English singer-songwriter from Walsall, West Midlands. She has released several singles since January 2016 and collaborated with other artists, including Drake, Kali Uchis, Stormzy, and producer Preditah. Smith released her debut extended play, Project 11, in November 2016. In 2018, she won the Brit Critics' Choice Award. Her debut studio album, Lost & Found, was released in June 2018 and peaked at number three on the UK Albums Chart.

Life and career[edit]

1997–2015: Early life[edit]

Jorja Alice Smith was born on 11 June 1997 in Walsall, West Midlands, to a Jamaican father and English mother.[1][2] Her father, Peter, a benefits officer, is a former musician and sang in a neo-soul group called 2nd Naicha before Smith was born, and her mother, Jolene, is a jewellery designer.[2][3][4] Smith has a younger brother, Luca, and is the cousin of Leeds United footballer Kemar Roofe.[5][6]

She began taking piano lessons at the age of 8 at the encouragement of her father.[7][8] Smith earned a music scholarship at Aldridge School, where she learned the oboe and studied classical singing, before taking music for her A-level exams.[4][9] She was scouted by a manager at the age of 15 after uploading videos of herself singing cover songs on YouTube.[10] Shortly after, she began travelling to London for writing sessions with Maverick Sabre and Ed Thomas, while still in school.[7][8] After graduation, she moved to London at the age of 18 where she supported herself by working as a barista, and continued to write songs.[10][11]

2016–present: Career beginnings and Lost & Found[edit]

Smith performing in Toronto in August 2017

In January 2016, Smith released her debut single "Blue Lights", which samples Dizzee Rascal's song "Sirens", on SoundCloud; the song garnered 400,000 plays on the website within a month.[12] Her second single "Where Did I Go?", released in May, was singled out by Drake as his favourite track of the moment in Entertainment Weekly in July.[13] In November 2016, she released her four-track debut extended play, Project 11.[14] The same month, Smith was selected as one of the fifteen rising acts on BBC Music's Sound of 2017 longlist, and finished fourth on the list.[15][16]

Smith performed as a special guest on Drake's Boy Meets World Tour in February and March 2017,[17] and featured on two tracks on his mixtape More Life (2017).[18] She released the song "Beautiful Little Fools" on International Women's Day; the title is a reference to the novel The Great Gatsby.[19] In May, she featured on Kali Uchis' song "Tyrant", the lead single off Uchis' debut studio album Isolation (2018).[20] She released her third single, "Teenage Fantasy", in June.[21] Two months later, Smith and grime artist Preditah released a single together called "On My Mind".[22] In September 2017, she began dating singer and producer Joel Compass.[23]

Smith performing in Los Angeles in April 2018

She performed as the opening act on Bruno Mars' 24K Magic World Tour in October and November 2017.[24] In December, it was announced that Smith would be the recipient of the Brit Critics' Choice Award, to be presented at the Brits nominations launch on 13 January 2018.[25][26] She is the first independent artist to have been nominated for the award, let alone win.[27]

In January 2018, she released the single "Let Me Down" featuring rapper Stormzy.[28] Smith co-wrote and performed the song "I Am" on Kendrick Lamar's soundtrack album for Black Panther, released in February.[29] Later that month, she performed at the BRIT Awards with Rag'n'Bone Man.[30] In April, she made her American late-night television debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live! with a performance of "Blue Lights".[31] Her debut studio album, Lost & Found, written over a five-year period, was announced in April and released in June 2018.[11][32][33] In the month of the album's release, Smith began touring in support of the album, with dates scheduled across Europe and festival appearances in Japan.[34] The Lost & Found Tour's North American leg will begin on 19 November in Seattle and conclude on 19 December in Toronto and will be supported by Ravyn Lenae.[24][35]

Influences[edit]

Smith grew up listening to reggae, punk, hip-hop, and R&B, and wrote her first song at the age of 11.[36] She describes being "obsessed" with Amy Winehouse's 2003 debut album Frank as a teenager and was inspired by the singer's raw approach to songwriting.[37] Smith said her songs are about social issues: "When things are going on in the world, I think it's important to touch on them, because as a musician, you can make people listen. As soon as people press play, you've got their attention."[38] She also cites Lauryn Hill, Alicia Keys, Mos Def, and The Streets as influences.[17][39][40] Her singing has been compared to Adele and Keys.[41][42]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

List of studio albums with selected details
Title Details Peak chart positions Sales
UK
[43]
UK
R&B

[44]
AUS
[45]
BEL
(FL)

[46]
BEL
(WA)

[47]
FRA
[48]
IRE
[49]
NLD
[50]
NZ
[51]
US
[52]
Lost & Found 3 1 13 12 22 20 14 12 16 41

Extended plays[edit]

List of extended plays
Title Extended play details
Project 11 - EP[54]
  • Released: 17 November 2016
  • Label: FAMM
  • Format: Digital download, LP
Spotify Singles[55]

Singles[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
UK
[43]
UK
Indie

[56]
UK
R&B

[57]
BEL
(FL)
Tip

[46]
BEL
(WA)
Tip

[47]
FRA
[48]
IRE
[58]
JAP
[59]
SCO
[60]
US
Adult
R&B

[61]
"Blue Lights"[62] 2016 38 4 20 31 6 69 89 50 Lost & Found
"Where Did I Go?"[64] 13
"Teenage Fantasy"[65] 2017 77 8
"On My Mind"[66]
(with Preditah)
54 5 92 Non-album singles
"Let Me Down"
(featuring Stormzy)
2018 34 3 62 67
"February 3rd" 75 7 22 Lost & Found
"On Your Own" 14
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Promotional singles[edit]

Title Year Album
"A Prince"[67]
2016 Non-album singles
"Beautiful Little Fools"[68] 2017

As featured artist[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
UK BEL
(FL)
IRE NZ SWI
"People"[69]
(Cadenza featuring Jorja Smith and Dre Island)
2016 Non-album single
"Tyrant"[70]
(Kali Uchis featuring Jorja Smith)
2017 Isolation
"Bridge over Troubled Water"
(as part of Artists for Grenfell)
1 26 25 [A] 28 Non-album singles
"Location" (Remix)
(Khalid featuring Jorja Smith and Wretch 32)
2018
"Follow the Leader"[72]
(George the Poet and Maverick Sabre featuring Jorja Smith)
"Go 2.0"[73]
(Alex da Kid featuring Jorja Smith, H.E.R. and Rapsody)
"Reason in Disguise"[74]
(Ezra Collective featuring Jorja Smith)
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Other charted songs[edit]

List of other charted songs, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
UK
[43]
UK
Indie

[56]
UK
R&B

[75]
CAN
[76][77]
GER
[78]
IRE
[58][79]
NLD
[80]
SWE
[81]
US
[82]
US
R&B

[83]
"Jorja Interlude"
(Drake featuring Jorja Smith)
2017 42 14 28 51 84 [B] 49 More Life
"Get It Together"
(Drake featuring Black Coffee and Jorja Smith)
24 5 20 67 30 58 88 45 9
"I Am" 2018 62 32 80 [C] 9 Black Panther: The Album
"Goodbyes" 10 Lost & Found
"Lost & Found" 11
"The One" 16
"Don't Watch Me Cry" 24
"Wandering Romance" 25
"Lifeboats" 26
"Tomorrow" 29
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Music videos[edit]

Title Year Director(s) Ref.
"Blue Lights" 2016 Drew Cox [86]
"Where Did I Go?" Jorja Smith [87]
"Beautiful Little Fools" 2017 Hector Dockrill [88]
"Teenage Fantasy" Rashid Babiker [89]
"On My Mind" Hector Dockrill [90]
"Let Me Down" (ft. Stormzy) 2018 [91]
"Blue Lights" Olivia Rose [92]
"On Your Own" Hector Dockrill [93]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Awards Work Category Result
2016 MOBO Awards[94][95] "Blue Lights" Best Song Nominated
2017 Herself Best Female Nominated
Best Newcomer Nominated
Best R&B/Soul Act Nominated
BET Awards[96] International Viewers' Choice Award Nominated
2018 Brit Awards[25] Critics' Choice Won
Q Awards[97] Q Breakthrough Act Pending
AIM Independent Music Awards[98] UK Breakthrough of the Year Won
Most Played New Independent Act Nominated
Lost & Found Independent Album of the Year Nominated
Mercury Prize[37] Album of the Year Nominated
UK Music Video Awards[99] "Blue Lights" Best Urban Video - UK Pending
MTV Europe Music Awards[100] Herself Best Push Pending

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Bridge over Troubled Water" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number four on the NZ Heatseekers Singles Chart.[71]
  2. ^ "Jorja Interlude" did not enter the Swedish Singellista chart, but peaked at number four on the Swedish Heatseeker chart.[84]
  3. ^ "I Am" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 chart, but peaked at number five on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[85]

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