Finally, SZA has released her sophomore album, SOS, and it sounds amazing.
December 9th saw the release of SZA’s 23-track album, SOS. Fans have endured the long 5 years since her debut album Ctrl, released in 2017. Countless teases and unforeseen roadblocks from her label TDE has prolonged the album’s release, but finally… we can enjoy it.
SZA’s masterfully crafted songwriting and singing feel like poetic ramblings of her daily struggles, feelings and mindset. Navigating life and asking questions. The long wait between albums left fans waiting for a follow up to the themes and issues SZA was dealing with in 2017’s Ctrl. Craving an update to the singers inner-thoughts, it was a torturous 5 years for the fans.
SOS see’s tracks that have been previously released as singles like “Good Days,” “I Hate U,” and “Shirt.” As well as a few very notable features from Phoebe Bridgers, Don Toliver, Travis Scott, and the late Ol’ Dirty Bastard.
Tough to follow up a smash-hit debut album, but this new record holds it’s own.
Enjoy your new SZA album!
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— kayla (@kaylaamabry) December 9, 2022