Singer SZA silently despised her debut album 'Ctrl' while the world celebrated her talents. The 'Love Galore' hitmaker's first release reached listeners last summer, earning her international acclaim and five Grammy nominations, but she admits she couldn't stand hearing the record.
SZA is the 27-year-old singer and songwriter from St. Louis, Missouri that has worked with almost everybody who is somebody in the music business.
SZA collaborated with Isaiah Rashad, Travis Scott, Kendrick Lamar, Maroon 5, Chance the Rapper, Jill Scott, James Fauntleroy...
She released debut album in 2017.
Ctrl (2017) was released for Top Dawg and RCA labels, and it is an R&B/neo soul album, that has won SZA many awards' nominations.
Ctrl (2017) is critically acclaimed, it was number three on the US Billboard 200 list, and has been certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America.
Over 500 000 copies sold!
But it seems that SZA is not satisfied with Ctrl (2017). If you want to find out why, click on the video above!