SZA Brings Out Chance the Rapper at New York Show
It’s been a December to remember for SZA. After scoring five Grammy nominations and making her “SNL” debut, the TDE songstress played the second of two sold-out shows at New York’s Irving Plaza on Monday night (Dec. 11).
During the latest stop on her “Ctrl” tour, SZA brought out Chance the Rapper. The old friends reunited on stage to perform their collaboration “Childs Play” off SZA’s 2014 EP Z.
Reflecting on her big week, SZA took to Instagram. “Saturday I hit a milestone I didn’t even know how to process,” she said of her “SNL” performance. “Outter body experiences vs inner body understanding. Just keep doing. Just keep the frequency. Thankful for the opportunity to feel and grow thank you for praying for me I️ feel all of you.”
Tonight, SZA will be back on late night, performing on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.” Meanwhile, her “Ctrl” tour continues this week, with stops in Cleveland, Indianapolis, and Louisville, wrapping Dec. 17 in St. Louis.
SZA with Chance The Rapper and Mack Wilds backstage at The Ctrl Tour. pic.twitter.com/sj9peALuO3
— DAILY SZA (@DailySZA) December 12, 2017