Little Simz, the living legend hailing from North London, has been on a killing spree of success in the past recent years and is currently at the top of her game within not only the UK music scene, but the entire global music industry.

Little Simz’ success is determined not only by the phenomenal numbers she’s been doing but the unmissable trail of influence she’s flurried throughout the culture, the youth and the underrepresented. Serving as inspiration for the ones who struggle to find inspiration, Simbiatu Ajikawo, also known simply as Simbi, highlights to the masses what the experience of a Young Black Woman growing up in the boroughs of North London is like.

Filling hearts with hope for the future of representation and empowerment, Little Simz serves as not only representation for black and minority ethnic communities, but also for women all around the globe, looking for a hero to aspire to. Most recently, Little Simz teamed up and partnered with Adobe in a short collaborative film which is part of their “Love the Journey” campaign, in which she created a heart-warming message in the form of a love letter towards her mother, who was the greatest influence in her life. The campaign is being pushed to inspire young people from ethnic minority groups to pursue a career in creative arts, as we all know how little diversity is included within the creative industry.

Many musical Legends from the likes of Kendrick Lamar and Ms. Lauryn Hill have voiced their approval and appreciation of Little Simz as she rises and grows her influence, especially with the release of her latest album “Sometimes I might be Introvert”, which was received overwhelmingly positively by fans and critics alike, highlighting how literally anyone can tap into her wide catalogue of versatile songs throughout her incredible discography over the years, which is also why her previous album “GREY area” did so well. In fact, her song “Venom” was so successful that it was featured in two top-production shows and movies, in which she also starred in both: Sony’s “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” and Netflix’s “Top Boy”, in which the latter, she plays a key and central role in, also highlighting her success in acting.

Overall, Little Simz’ influence and presence within the culture is undeniable, as her message of hope and empowerment triumphs throughout the echoes of her voice reaching millions of other voices who feel heard and seen through the success of Little Simz.