English star Jorja Smith gets on South East London artist Enny’s ‘Peng Black Girls’ featuring Amia Brave

South East London has one.

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Back with Jorja Smith on the hook and with a verse, British artist Enny’s lovely record ‘Peng Black Girls’ gets a music industry facelift. We love the original version with Amia Brave, too. It is what got us here in the first place.

Speaking on the remix, she says: Everything about the remix coming together honestly feels like a divine hand. It was created in a slight state of panic during the first lockdown by Paya & Srigala but we all knew it was something special when we heard it. Then to have Jorja drop a cold verse and bring a whole new vibe to it. Madness! The remix song and vid all just reiterate again the culture of being ‘Black and British’ and living in it.

We want to say cheers to all of the women on all versions of the record. South East London has one. Stream the remix track below.

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