Last fall, SZA was close to quitting music. Her label, Top Dawg Entertainment had yet to release her debut album and she was getting fed up. "I actually quit," she tweeted in frustration. She said her boss at TDE, Terrence "Punch" Henderson, could release her album "if he ever feels like it." Well, what a difference a new year makes. Thursday night on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, she announced her debut album, CTRL. 

The project will include “twoAM,” her previously released rework of PARTYNEXTDOOR and Drake's “Come and See Me," and her first available single "Drew Barrymore." Plus, just a few days ago at an intimate show in NYC, she previewed a new track featuring Travis Scott reportedly called"Love Galore."

TDE had a great run in 2016, releasing six albums -- including a secret one. At the end of last year, they tweeted that there would be more surprises to come in 2017.