(GEMS RADIO)-The tracklist presently circulating online is different from SZA’s deluxe edition of her hit album SOS, which will include ten new tracks.
SZA Shuts Fake Deluxe Edition
The TDE artist addressed the rumor on her Instagram Story on Wednesday, May 3. SZA informed fans of the situation by posting a picture of the scribbled tracklist that has circulated online.
She posted, “This is fake.”And that other leak is from Ctrl 6 years ago.” The phony tracklist had ten additional songs with ostensibly fabricated titles in addition to the 23 album’s original songs.
SZA provided details regarding the deluxe edition of SOS in a February discussion with Billboard.
“I hope to accept that this chapter is over after I finish the deluxe”, stated SZA. “I’m anticipating truly feeling happy about myself and not just grinning and nodding at compliments, but really feeling it inside and knowing that I’m good enough,” said the speaker.
She continued, “I guess I need to stop trying to figure out what it means and start realizing and living in what it is.”
SZA Chosen 2023’s Billboard Woman Of The Year
Billboard chose SZA 2023’s Woman of the Year. In a news release, the editorial director of Billboard, Hannah Karp, stated that “SZA was defying genres and continuously delivered raw, compelling songs that have placed her music on the Billboard charts since she came on the music charts in 2017.”
She has established her position as a distinctive force in modern R&B and propelled herself into success with the release of her most recent album, SOS. We’re eager to recognize her as Woman of the Year.
Her follow-up album, which sold 318,000 equivalent album units in its first week, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. That numbers included 404.5 million streams on demand, which broke the records for the most significant watching week ever for an R&B album and the second-largest streaming week for a female artist.