SZA claims Top Dawg Entertainment president Terrence ‘Punch’ Henderson and RCA Records are delaying her sophomore album and follow-up to CTRL
SZA is no stranger to being spicey – or replying to spiciness – on Twitter. Yesterday she responded to a user’s comment suggesting that she was lying about her upcoming album dropping, which she announced would be dropping this summer earlier this year.
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“Congrats on the collab but Summer is almost over and there’s still no album @sza,” read the tweet. “Please don’t tell me you lied again.”
SZA replied, “it’s 100% punch and rca on this one.” She later went on to explain that she wanted a summer release, and by the looks of things, that possibility appears to be out of the cards.
It didn’t take long for the top dog at Top Dawg to respond. A little later, Punch happened across the thread, and posted, “Starting to get tired of this. Getting tired of the whole business.”
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SZA’s debut studio album CTRL dropped in 2017. She recently won her first Grammy for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance on her song ‘Kiss Me More’ with Doja Cat.
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SZA Blames RCA Records and Top Dog President For Delayed Album was originally published on zhiphopcleveland.com