SZA stated that her debut album CTRL was not the official version she intended because she was, ironically, forced to release it. The singer recently explained that her record label, TDE, took her hard drive and made her put the record out.
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She explained that the decision making process was difficult saying, “I just kept fucking everything up. I just kept moving shit around. I was choosing from 150, 200 songs, so I’m just like, who knows what’s good any more? … Give me another month and it would have been something completely different.”
However, she claims this process will not affect her in the future with new releases, “I have less anxiety about the things that hindered me putting this album out, so I’ll probably be done in the next six months.”
SZA will be touring North America in the Fall and then heading to Europe with Bryson Tiller.