Bad news for fans of ‘Good Days’ singer SZA.
Just months after sending her fans into a frenzy with promises her sophomore album, the long-awaited follow-up to her 2017 GRAMMY-nominated debut LP ‘CTRL,’ was on its way, the 30-year-old recently revealed otherwise to ‘WWD’ magazine.
“I’m actually probably about to scrap all of it and start from scratch,” said SZA, seemingly half-joking, when asked about the new record.
The news comes after the songstress scored two of the highest Hot 100 placements of her career to date courtesy of new songs ‘Good Days’ and ‘Hit Different’ (as previously reported).
With the statement being sure to fuel interrogation in future interviews, she stated:
“I’m literally not talking about my album anymore until it’s out in the world,” she added. “At this point, I’m gonna start jinxing it, and I don’t want to jinx anything.”
Click here to read her full chat with our friends at ‘WWD.’