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A Fake SZA Album Featuring Unheard Kendrick Lamar Verses Popped Up on Spotify & Apple Music

A Fake SZA Album Featuring Unheard Kendrick Lamar Verses Popped Up on Spotify & Apple Music

 

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New music from Sister Solana?

On Thursday night (December 20th) there was word that SZA dropped a new album under a pseudonym. Fans found an album called Comethru.

The songs were credited to Sister Solana and were uploaded to Apple Music and Spotify by a label called Scissor on December 4th. The album even featured verses from Kendrick Lamar (rapping under the name King Kenny.)

READ: SZA Writes an Emotional Thank You Letter After Receiving Five Grammy Nominations

It turns out the album was not an official release, but a collection of leaks from 2015. On her Instagram stories, SZA wrote:

 

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Via @sza 😭😫 #WeAllSalty

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READ: SZA Looks To Follow-Up CTRL By Working With Mark Ronson & Tame Impala

 

Punch, the CEO of Top Dawg Entertainment, went on Twitter and confirmed that the project wasn’t new:

Interestingly enough, fans also found two fake Beyoncé albums under the name Queen Carter. Those projects featured old demos and songs from various eras:

Scary times we’re in.



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