I’m almost certain that “Black Treasure” is almost unlike anything else that you’ll hear today. The song is a unique mix of rhythms from the Jamaican folk traditions of Bruckins Party, Dinki Mini and Kumina with Kwake and Wu-lu’s experimental production. “’Black Treasure’ explores how the echoes of colonialism still resonate in society today,” explained Zara. “It is also a declaration, proclamation and celebration of black British womanhood acknowledging what historically has been taken and what remains innate within.” This is lush. “Black Treasure” is out now on Apple Music and Spotify.