Little Simz Flexes in Her “Good For What” Video

After bodying the BET Cypher last night in arguably the best cypher the show’s had in years, London rapper Little Simz released the video to her new song “Good For What.” The Astronote-produced track comes from the upcoming deluxe release of her 2016 album, Stillness in Wonderland, which will come out on November 3 and features eight new tracks. These additions will include the recently released single “Backseat” and the Bibi Bourelly collaboration “Customz” (both also produced by Astronote), as well as a new track with TDE’s SiR.

“Good For What” was directed by Duy Nguyen, whose history with Little Simz goes as far back as directing the video for her breakout song “Mandarin Oranges Part II,” from her debut EP. In the “Good For What” video, Simz is swagged out, skating and hanging with her homies while rapping with the confidence of a veteran. Which would be an appropriate sentiment, because as she says in the verse, “Look at Young Simbi in Forbes.”

Check out the video above and head here to pre-order Stillness In Wonderland (Deluxe).

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