Fresh off the release of the deluxe edition of Stillness in Wonderland, Little Simz returns with a new video for "Poison Ivy."

Directed by Jeremy Cole, the black-and-white video finds Simz in an empty room, sitting on top of an amp as she strums a guitar and spits her bars. Later in the video, singer Tilla appears and recites the song's hook.

Earlier this year, Little Simz joined Ab-Soul for a handful of dates on his 2017 tour. The rapper also hit the road with Gorillaz and was featured on the band's single, "Garage Place," which appears on their latest album, Humanz.

XXL caught up with the English rapper in 2015, just before the release of her album A Curious Tale of Trials + Persons. At the time, Simz told us her goal in hip-hop was to "do more good" and "give back on whatever scale possible."

She added, "So if I’m in a position to do that and I’ve got a big enough platform, then I will. I just wanna kinda encourage that at all times and just for people to be as selfless as possible, because we’re all one race and that’s the human race and we should help each other. And that's what I want to project."

Check out Little Simz's "Poison Ivy" video below.

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