SZA plans to release an album called SOS next month, painting reports. She said she was “currently stressed” about meeting the deadline for the long-awaited follow-up controlHowever, she expressed doubts about continuing her music career in the long term.
“I feel like music,” she said, “in this capacity, I don’t see longevity.” paintingHiran Mamo. “I love creating, I love writing, I love singing, and I love sharing. But I don’t know if chasing stardom or whatever I’m supposed to be doing right now is sustainable for me or for anyone. .
She also expressed concerns about the industry’s operations. “I hate routine analyzes to drop anything – it’s so stressful,” she said. “I certainly heard [the term ‘digital service provider’] More than ever this week and last week. I don’t like the way it looks – it feels cumbersome and like something that requires a lot of attention and maneuvering. I hate the word “single”. It’s like, “What separates the f-k song from the other sh-t on my album that I like? Why does it have to be different?”
The most recent single from SZA was the long-running single “Shirt”, which came with a video starring Lakeith Stanfield and followed up with other tracks such as “Good Days” and her Doja Cat collaboration “Kiss Me More”.