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Jorja Smith: Lost & Found, Colourism and “pretty privilege" [Full Interview] | Beats 1 | Apple Music

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Jorja Smith speaks to Julie Adenuga about her debut album, ‘Lost & Found’, her early career moments and working with Drake and Kendrick Lamar. Listen to Jorja on Apple Music: http://apple.co/JorjaSmithB1

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