Fans have expressed hopes that TDE would release a new SZA album for the better half of three years. Her last project, Z, was released in 2014 and met widespread acclaim from fans online. Back in October of 2016, the New Jersey-raised singer took to Twitter to announce that she'd quit on music out of frustration with her album being held up. But after a public back-and-forth with TDE president Terrence "Punch" Henderson, the two seem to have worked out their differences.
In January, SZA released single "Drew Barrymore," which was the first sign that her debut album CNTRL was on the way. That same week, she teased a collaboration with Travis Scott at a listening party but there were no signs of the song actually dropping. Today, we finally get to hear the song in full, crisp, studio quality. "Love Galore," is presumably CNTRL's newest single and features SZA singing about a guy who needs to stop hitting her up because he's already involved with someone. Scott adds a verse of his own, arguing the opposite. Watch "Love Galore" above.
Photo: Taken from SZA's Instagram
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