Drake collaborator and emerging British neosoul singer-songwriter Jorja Smith has bestowed upon us another gorgeous track. She teased the track’s artwork featuring her mother on Sunday and dropped it last night.

Premiering on Mista Jam’s BBC Radio 1 show Monday night, the introduction to “Teenage Fantasy” features humming recorded while Smith was babysitting when she was 16 years old. Listen to it below.

Smith released her debut EP Project 11 at the end of 2016. Earlier this year, she released the single “Beautiful Little Fools” on International Women’s Day. She also featured on Drake’s More Life playlist on “Jorja Interlude” and “Get It Together,” and most recently on Kali Uchis’ “Tyrant,” one of our picks for May’s best music.

Revisit the music video for “Beautiful Little Fools” below.

In other music news, Missy Elliott is auditioning dancers in Atlanta this week. Get the full scoop right here.

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