A selection of exciting young jazz, soul and R&B artists have joined forces for a collection of reworked and newly recorded Blue Note classics.

Bridging the past and the future, the Blue Note Re:imagined project — a collaboration between Decca and Blue Note — features contributions from 16 artists, including Ezra Collective, Nubya Garcia, Emma-Jean Thackray, Jordan Rakei, Yazmin Lacey and Alfa Mist.

Ahead of the album’s Oct. 16 release, the labels shared Jorja Smith’s fresh take on St Germain’s Rose Rouge.

For that tune, the French musician St Germain had originally sampled Marlena Shaw’s song Woman of the Ghetto from her 1973 album Cookin With Blue Note at Montreux. Smith’s version takes cues from classic soul, jazz and reggae, a modern re-imagination of the song that still manages to capture the aesthetic of the long-running jazz label.