New SZA music may finally be on the way.
While fans await her sophomore album, the TDE songstress plans to release another project, which will arrive prior to the album. She revealed the news during the Melbourne stop on her Australian tour this week.
“True tea, I’m probably gonna drop like a little project before my album so I can just get it out of the way,” she told fans. “Because realistically speaking, if you leave it up to my foolish ass, it will be here in quite some time.”
“The ones that you guys know are the ones that I will be dropping and if you’ve researched which you should know, then you should know,” she added.
SZA has been teasing new music on social media including a song called “Brace Urself,” for which she reportedly shot a video last month. In May, she previewed another track and hinted that new music would arrive prior to her tour.
The project could also include her covers of Wheatus’ “Teenage Dirtbag” and Sixpence None the Richer’s “Kiss Me,” which she performed live at Amazon’s “Prime Day” concert.
Fans have been anxiously awaiting the follow-up to SZA’s 2017 debut Ctrl. Prior to dropping the Grammy-nominated album, SZA released a series of EPs including 2012’s See.SZA.Run, 2013’s S, and 2014’s Z.