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More Lizzo And SZA Collabs Are Coming

More Lizzo And SZA Collabs Are Coming

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Fans’ dreams of this powerhouse duo working together are reportedly coming true.

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Lizzo and SZA have reportedly recorded “a handful” of unreleased tracks together. Turns out we can have nice things!

Days after Lizzo’s HBO Max specialLizzo: Live in Concert featured the two of them on stage together, it’s been confirmed by producer Rob Bisel told Rolling Stone that not only are Lizzo’s vocals featured on the track “F2F” on SZA’s album SOS but that there are more unreleased duos.

“There’s definitely a handful [of tracks with Lizzo]. I don’t want to incriminate myself here, but there’s some stuff floating around for sure,” revealed Bisel.

“We just have so much fun together. And I feel like she gets me. She’s another person who has hella music tastes and doesn’t fit in anybody’s box of anything,” added SZA. “She makes it seem like she doesn’t even care like she just does whatever she wants. And I just love being with her, just as a friend and hanging out. So whenever she comes to a studio, I just feel like, ‘Let’s drop into some bulls**t.’”

They went on to say that they recorded “five or six” rock songs that may appear on an upcoming deluxe version of SOS. SZA had previously shared that the “Juice” singer would appear on the song “Boy From South Detroit” on the deluxe album.

What does SZA stand for?

Solána Imani Rowe’s stage name is based on the Supreme Alphabet. “Like, The RZA is Rulers, Zig-zag, Allah. You have rulers like sovereignty over one’s self and the world around you. S is the supreme alphabet stands for savior but that didn’t sit right with me so I switched it to either sovereign or savior however you feel,” the singer explained to Complex.

How old is SZA?

SZA is 33 years old, born on November 8, 1989.

Was SZA a gymnast?

Yes. She was a gymnast for 13 years before giving it up.

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Rachel Shatto, Editor in Chief of PRIDE.com, is an SF Bay Area-based writer, podcaster, and former editor of Curve magazine, where she honed her passion for writing about social justice and sex (and their frequent intersection). Her work has appeared on Dread Central, Elite Daily, Tecca, and Joystiq, and she podcasts regularly about horror on the Zombie Grrlz Horror Podcast Network. She can’t live without cats, vintage style, video games, drag queens, or the Oxford comma.