In her first appearance since showing up for an all-star rendition of "Killing Me Softly" put together by the New York Times, SZA is back with a new collaboration with dance-pop producer Felix Snow.
TDE's first lady, SZA, lived up to the crazy levels of hype that came with her signing with her great Z EP, and since that dropped in April, she's kept her reign going strong by touring and dropping a few one-off tracks.
TDE's first lady has been busy these past few days. Yesterday SZA let go a new ethereal collaboration with Kitty Cash, "Mood Ring," and today she's back with another collabo, this time with the great Jill Scott.
SZA's new project Z will hit iTunes at midnight, and before that time arrives we've got one last sweet leak from the project, with her Top Dawg label mate Kendrick Lamar. The smooth record contains that same feel we've been hearing on all the leaks, while K.
SZA debuted "Child's Play" live at the Fader Fort last year at SXSW, and now we finally have the official audio.
Since then, she's scored a verse from Chance The Rapper, who actually harmonizes with SZA for the final chorus following his 16.
Bump Ice Moon Revisited, the latest cut from SZA featuring Ab-Soul on the assist. It was released on Tuesday, November 19th, 2013. Things are improving for SZA with each new offering, and Ice Moon Revisited is certainly no exception.
Give Teen Spirit (Prod. By WundaGurl) a listen - it's a new offering from SZA. It was dropped on Wednesday, August 14th, 2013. SZA's musical situation is improving with every new release, and Teen Spirit (Prod.