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R&B ‘It Girl,” SZA delivered one of the most acclaimed, revealing, and downright relatable R&B albums 2017 has seen.
In a recent interview with The Guardian, the 26-year old singer revealed details about the delays the Ctrl album faced and problems she had with her label Top Dawg Entertainment.
Ctrl was first expected to hit shelves back in 2015 and was then later postponed for a 2016 release, but the album didn’t see the light until June of this year. With so many delays, the final product came about because supposedly someone at her label, TDE, took the singer’s hard drive and finalized the 14-song LP.
Speaking about her anxiety of creating the album, SZA says:
If something’s too shitty and I can’t put my finger on it, and I think, wow this sucks to me, then I get way frustrated..
The singer is set to embark on her first US Tour and hits LA this September.
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