Multi-Platinum, GRAMMY®, BRIT, Golden Globe and Oscar winning artist/songwriter Sam Smith teams up with breakout Jamaican reggae/rap star Koffee and Colombian/Canadian R&B-pop maverick Jessie Reyez on a new powerful single “Gimme”
Smith, Koffee and Reyez reunited in New York City to shoot the official video for “Gimme” with Jamaican-born, Brooklyn-based director/photographer Jeano Edwards. The camera fluidly follows the three at a party where cultures joyfully collide. Smith teased the “Gimme” original sound on TikTok and IG Reels, racking up millions of views and posts from fans using the sound.
Describing the track as “filth!,” Sam Smith says: “I’m a sexual person, I like sex. It’s something I’m teaching myself to not be ashamed of. Me and Jessie were basically drunk, drinking whisky in Jamaica, two in the morning, running around absolutely wasted, like two girlfriends having a laugh.”
Smith – who will make their third appearance as the musical guest on “Saturday Night Live” on January 21 – will kick off the North American leg of Gloria The Tour on July 25. Jessie Reyez will be the special guest on all dates except August 4. Tickets are on sale now.
Fans who pre-order the digital edition of Gloria will instantly receive “Gimme” plus the GRAMMY®-nominated, RIAA-certified Platinum single “Unholy” ft. Kim Petras, which spent three weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and four weeks atop the UK Official Singles Chart. Amassing over one billion combined global streams to date,“Unholy” also took the #1 position on the Mediabase Top 40 Airplay chart, spent 50 days at #1 on the Global Spotify chart and topped the Apple and Shazam worldwide tallies. “Unholy” was hailed as one of the best songs of 2022 by critics at Rolling Stone, Associated Press, Billboard, Esquire and numerous other outlets.
A four-time GRAMMY® winner, Smith also holds two Guinness World Records – for the most consecutive weeks in the U.K .Top 10 Album Chart (for their 2014 debut, In The Lonely Hour) and for having the first James Bond Theme to reach No.1 on the U.K. charts (for the Oscar and Golden Globe winning “Writing’s on the Wall”).