SZA has built quite a fanbase following the release of her EP’s, S, in 2013 and Z, in 2014. Since then she’s graced stages at major festivals and worked alongside heavy-hiting artists.
But, back in October, SZA tweeted out a cryptic message that hinted at the end of her career, and left her album release in limbo.
“I actually quit,” she wrote in a now-deleted Tweet. “[Terrence “Punch” Henderson, co-president of TDE] can release my album if he ever feels like it. Y’all be blessed.”
Punch responded, at the time by dismissing the comment and SZA clarified her original Tweet, in an interview with Complex.
“I’m really frustrated, and I’m kind of over it. I have a lot of anxiety and there’s a lot going on in my life,” she said. “I don’t have any issues with my label. My label has been nothing but supportive of everything I’ve wanted to do.
Three days ago Top Dawg CEO Anthony Tiffith posted to Instagram, saying that the album would definitely be coming.
SZA’s debut album A, is set to drop sometime this year.