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Kiss Me More (feat. SZA) Doja Cat, SZA 03:28
I Hate U SZA 02:54
Good Days SZA 04:39
BEAUTIFUL (feat. Future & SZA) DJ Khaled, Future, SZA 03:43
All The Stars Kendrick Lamar, SZA 03:52
No Love Summer Walker, SZA, Cardi B 04:36
Hit Different (feat. Ty Dolla $ign, The Neptunes & Pharrell Williams) SZA, Ty Dolla $ign, The Neptunes, Pharrell Williams 03:22
Love Galore (feat. Travis Scott) SZA, Travis Scott 04:35
Awkward SZA 02:58
The Weekend SZA 04:32

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Austin City Limits Music Festival - Weekend One 2022
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Nominations for an exceptional five awards at the 2018 Grammys (Best New Artist, Best Urban Contemporary Artist, Best R&B Song, Best R&B Performance and Best Rap Performance) confirmed the arrival of SZA as a major new act establishing an instantly identifiable style of strong vocals, dance melodies and dreamy R&B beats. Sultry songs combined with exotic looks and revealing costumes brought her instant attention with the hit 'Love Galore' promoted by a sexy video featuring Travis Scott helping to make her debut 'Ctrl' a soaring success. Drew Barrymore even featured in the video for the title track.

Born in St Louis, Missouri as Solána Imani Rowe, she was raised in Maplewood, New Jersey as an orthodox Muslim but was subjected to intense bullying in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks and decided to stop wearing a hijab as a result. A talented gymnast as a child she went on to study liberal arts but dropped out of college to concentrate on her music, adopting the name SZA, partly in reference to one of her favourite rappers, RZA (she says the SZA letters represent the words Saviour or Sovereign, Zig-Zag and Allah.

With homemade early recordings, she self-released her debut EP and was subsequently signed to the hip-hop label Top Dawg. Her major league breakthrough soon followed as she worked on debut studio album 'Ctrl', although she resisted attempts to define her music, which has been variously tagged as neo soul, minimalist R&B, chillwave, alternative R&B and witch house, but she names Ella Fitzgerald and Bjork among her primary influences while writing songs that touch many aspects of society including sexuality, racism, abandonment and disfunction. She also teamed up with labelmate Kendrick Lamar for the song 'All the Stars' for the 'Black Panther' movie soundtrack in 2018.