SZA's New Album 'S.O.S.' Will Feature Ol’ Dirty Bastard, Travis Scott & More
SZA has dropped the tracklist for her upcoming album, S.O.S.
The singer revealed the tracklist on social media. S.O.S. will span 23 songs and feature appearances from Travis Scott, singer Phoebe Bridgers, Don Toliver, and Ol’ Dirty Bastard, who died back in 2004.
This comes days after she revealed on Saturday Night Live that S.O.S. will be coming out this Friday (December 9th.) Last week, she dropped the cover for the album, which features the singer looking out across a sea of water.
The album will feature a number of songs the singer has dropped over the years, including, "I Hate U" which came in 2021 and "Good Days" from 2020. There is also "Shirt," which was a loosie her fans had heard years back arrived not too long ago. One song missing is the Neptunes-produced "Hit Different," which features Ty Dolla $ign.
A lot is riding on the singer's back since she last revealed CTRL, her Grammy Award-nominated album that was highly relatable. Ctrl was excellent in how it captured her angst, her coyness, and also the facets that make her the artist that was heralded as a face of TDE.
Recently, SZA shared some thoughts on how she's been coping with sudden fame which began in 2017 in a feature withBillboard. On balancing fame she shared: "I could literally burst into tears and run through this wall at any moment. I am effectively falling apart."
"But it’s not like, the album pressure… It’s just, life is f–king hard. To be expected to do anything at a high level while life is life-ing is f–king crazy. This isn’t meant for a person; it’s meant for a machine."
Per Billboard SZA's S.O.S. is set to release in December.