Like Rihanna, fans miss the making of music from New Jersey artist, SZA since the release of her debut album CTRL in 2017. The album got the singer nominated for a Grammy in the category best, “Urban Contemporary Album,” and went platinum after receiving over 1,000,000 in album-equivalent units and pure sales. The New Jersey singer was also nominated for Best New Artist, Best Rap/Sung Performance, and Best R&B Performance at the 60th Grammy awards.
Fans may be in for a surprise after the singer takes to Twitter and announces her possible plans for the future. “So like a music dump .. similar to a photo dump but not an album,” she explains. “This concept make sense to anyone? Has anyone ever done it? Asking for me.” The concept is familiar actually, fans have referred the singer to albums like Drake’s Dark Lane Demo Tapes and Kendrick Lamar’s Untitled Unmastered album that he released in 2016.
A Lot of celebrities have mentioned that the pandemic has been affecting the release of their albums or music projects. It’s probably a very smart move for the singer to release singles rather than trying to commit to a sophomore album, being that fans miss her authentic sound.