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    SZA to Release 10 New Songs in ‘SOS’ Deluxe Album

    SZA has been teasing her new album SOS for a while now, and after revealing the cover art during an appearance on SNL, the singer is returning with 10 more songs on the deluxe package.

    Following her groundbreaking debut Ctrl, SZA is back with a sophomore album that’s sure to blow fans away. Featuring collaborations with Phoebe Bridgers, Travis Scott, Don Toliver and the late Ol’ Dirty Bastard, SOS is set to be SZA’s most accomplished project yet.


    SZA is set to release her long-awaited second album, titled SOS. It’s her follow-up to 2017’s Ctrl and will feature 23 tracks.

    It’s expected to debut this Friday 9 December, and will be available to stream through Apple Music and Spotify on the same day. The project features a host of guest appearances from Don Toliver, Phoebe Bridgers, Travis Scott and the late Wu-Tang Clan rapper Ol’ Dirty Bastard.

    The singer-songwriter has already released three songs from her upcoming album on streaming services: Good Days, I Hate U and Shirt. These three have already sold more than 500,000 units in the US alone, so it’s safe to say that her upcoming project will do just fine.

    SZA also dropped some more clues about her upcoming project during an interview with Billboard this week. She revealed that she’s not a fan of the time crunch between now and her album’s release date, but also revealed the project’s title, SOS.

    Release Date

    SZA announced that her next album would be titled SOS and it is set to drop on December 9th. The album is a follow up to her 2017 album CTRL and it features collaborations with Phoebe Bridgers, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, and Travis Scott.

    During an interview with Billboard, SZA stated that SOS was different from her previous album as she had learned a lot about writing and her emotions had changed over the years. SZA also explained that she had been working on new songs and was excited to finally release them.

    SZA’s latest album has been running up the charts and has already become a huge success for her. The album has already sold over 500,000 units in the US, and has a chance to go platinum.


    After teasing fans with a few clues, SZA finally released her highly anticipated sophomore album, SOS. The 23-track album includes collaborations with Don Toliver, Phoebe Bridgers and Travis Scott.

    SZA’s sophomore album has earned her a number one debut on the Billboard 200 chart. It has also broken many other historic records, including the biggest R&B streaming week of all time.

    The TDE singer’s latest release comes out this Friday (December 9), and is a follow-up to her 2017 album CTRL. In an interview with Billboard, SZA revealed that the new album is a little bit different than her previous project, as she says her writing has improved and her emotions have changed.

    SZA’s music has always been innovative, but her latest album isn’t afraid to branch out and experiment. She takes on genres ranging from R&B to pop-punk, and even throws in a few dancehall tunes for good measure. With so much variety, SZA’s SOS is truly a work of art.


    After years of waiting, fans are finally blessed with a new album from SZA. The Top Dawg Entertainment chanteuse has announced that her highly-anticipated project, SOS, is set to drop December 9th.

    SZA’s 2017 debut, CTRL, was a genre-defying album that featured collaborations with industry icons such as Phoebe Bridgers, Jay Versace, Travis Scott, Don Toliver and Wu-Tang Clan’s Ol’ Dirty Bastard. The record sold a whopping 275-300K units in its first week, putting it on track to become SZA’s first-ever No. 1.

    However, fans have been anxiously awaiting the release of her second LP ever since. It’s no secret that SZA has been recording a lot of new material in the meantime.

    In an interview with Billboard, SZA confirmed that she has recorded around 100 songs for her latest record. She also said that the project will be different from her 2017 LP, CTRL.

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