SZA is one of the redefining voices of today’s contemporary music era first breaking into the music scene in 2012 with her first critically acclaimed EP, See.SZA.Run. Following that, she released S in 2013 and Z in 2014, both to rave reviews. In 2013, SZA signed to Top Dawg Entertainment, being the first female artist to join the label. SZA wrote and performed on Rihanna’s Anti single “Consideration” in 2016 and helpedmwrite Nicki Minaj and Beyonce’s “Feelin Myself” in 2014. SZA’s recently released singles, “Love Galore”featuring Travis Scott and “Drew Barrymore,” appears on her new album Ctrl.  Born in Maplewood, New Jersey as Solána Rowe, SZA grew up listening to classic and avant-garde jazz, alternative, and rap. She renamed herself finding inspiration within the Supreme Alphabet: the ‘S’ stands for savior or sovereign, the ‘Z’ for zig-zag, and the ‘A’ for Allah.

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SZA “Drew Barrymore” at Jimmy Kimmel Live

Watch SZA And Travis Scott Perform “Love Galore” On The Tonight Show