Produced by Engine Earz & Joice. Album Lost & Found. I wanna turn those blue lights into strobe lights Not blue flashing lights, maybe fairy lights Those blue lights into strobe lights Maybe even fairy lights, not blue flashing lights. Don't you run when you hear the sirens coming When you hear the sirens coming You better not run 'cause the sirens not coming for you What have you done? You went to school that day Was a bit late but it was a Monday Kept after class for answering back You apologized, where's.
Lost & Found is the debut studio album by English singer songwriter Jorja Smith. It was released on 8 June 2018 by FAMM, with distribution from The Orchard. Following a move to London in 2015, Smith began focusing on her musical aspirations. The following year, Smith released the single "Blue Lights" on SoundCloud. The song was picked up by Stormzy, Skrillex and notably Drake, who would go on to feature Smith on his playlist, More Life (2017)
Second of all, yes I am a 10 out of 10 on the attractive scale. My name is Chad and yes I do have a chance with Jorja Smith. Not to mention a load of other English rappers being dismissed like Dave. I think Jorja has really good potential to make it big though Where Did I Go is another favourite. Still amazed On My Mind didn't blow up also.
Jorja 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, Kendrick Lamar, Kali Uchis, and Stormzy. She released her debut extended play, Project 11, in November 2016. In 2018, Smith 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
Jorja Smith – Blue Lights. Label: FAMM (2) – none. Format: File, AAC, Single. Keyboards – Hal Ritson, Richard Adlam. Producer – Joice (5). Producer, Mixed By, Mastered By – Engine Earz. Scratches – DJ Complexion. 2 year old track now as album filler what is going on with this girl! Reply Notify me Helpful. where's the vinyl? Exactly whats the problem here.
Jorja Smith – Blue Lights pour Colors. A fan of Sade, Lauryn Hill and (especially) Amy Winehouse, Smith knows that it’s better to tread softly to capture people’s minds. With her minimalist production and her vast range of influences (from folk to reg- gae to jazz), Lost & Found is clever enough to find fans well beyond the boundaries of rap or R’n’B, but with- out attempting to do the same thing as American colossuses in the genre, keeping her British particular- ity in the eye-to-eye storytelling. Jorja Smith – Lost & Found. A few months after hanging up her uniform for the last time, she was opening on Bruno Mars’s world tour before beginning her own sold- out 17-date American tour. Walsall continued its sleepy way without her: I wouldn’t write the same songs if I’d stayed back there.