SZA featuring Travis Scott, Phoebe Bridgers & more in ‘SOS.’
S.Z.A. disclosed her hotly anticipated new collection, S.O.S., and the star included to the expectation Monday (Dec. 5) by dropping the elegant tracklist.
PHOEBE BRIDGERS WILL BE FEATURED ON SZA’S NEW ALBUM! pic.twitter.com/RMtooR9FKN— phoebe daily (@sourcebridgers) December 5, 2022
She tweeted, “Which version for back tracklist?” close by two different creatives for the 23 songs list, which jotted in white textual style on a photograph of SZA laying on the ground, oiled up with her clothing in plain view. The forthcoming collection has various guest performances, including “Ghost in the Machine”- by Phoebe Bridges, Travis Scott on “Open Arms,” on track “Used”-by Don Toliver, and “Forgiveness” by O.L’ Dirty Bastard.
Which version for back tracklist?🤔 pic.twitter.com/15Ha5InNzu— SZA (@sza) December 5, 2022
Throughout the end of the week, the American T.D.E. vocalist and songwriter likewise appeared with another tune, “Blind,” from the impending set while filling in as the melodic guest on Saturday Night Live, hosted by Keke Palmer. The R &B singer likewise played out her new famous single “Shirt,” which appeared in 11th position in early November on the Hot 100 on Billboard.
As of late, S.Z.A. ( Solana Imani Rowe) covered the R&B/Hip-Hop Billboard’s Power Players issue. In the main story, she scrutinizes her life span in music and where she sees her profession going ahead.
S.O.S. follows the star’s Ctrl 2017s debut album, which appeared in the top 3 positions on the Billboard 200 and included hits like “Broken Clocks,” “Love Galore,” and “The Weekend.”
Ctrl was triple-platinum certified by the RIAA. The album also achieved The Best New Artist award in the Annual Grammy Awards(60th), including four nominations.
In 2020, SZA’s Ctrl achieved a place on the 500 Greatest Albums (All-Time List) by Rolling Stone. In August 2017, SZA featured “What Lovers Do,” which became Maroon’s top 10 hit single. The following year, she teamed up with Kendrick Lamar to make “All the Stars”(the top 10 Single) for the soundtrack of Black Panther, for which she achieved Best Original Song under the Academy Award and Golden Globe Award.
The tracklists of the album ‘SOS.’
- Kill Bill
- Seek & Destroy
- Love Language
- Used (Feat. Don Toliver)
- Notice Me
- Gone Girl
- Smoking On My Ex Pack
- Ghost In The Machines ( Feat. Phoebe Bridges)
- Nobody Gets Me
- Too Late
- Open Arms (Feat. Travis Scott)
- I Hate You
- Good Days
- Forgiveness ( Feat. OL’ Dirty Bastard)