SZA Sparks Rumours of a Miley Cyrus Collaboration

SZA seems to suggest that a collaboration with Miley Cyrus might happen in the future.

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The singer congratulated Cyrus on hitting Number One in the US singles charts with ‘Flowers’, one spot ahead of SZA’s own track ‘Kill Bill’. Well done, Cyrus!

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Last month, SZA released her highly-anticipated second album, ‘SOS’, which was met with critical acclaim. SZA fans were treated to a special surprise this week when the singer teased future plans for new music. She hinted at a deluxe edition of the album, much to the delight of her fans. We can’t wait to see what she has in store for us next!

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Cyrus and SZA might be working together soon, if SZA’s recent tweet is anything to go by.

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In response to Cyrus’ chart-topping success, SZA tweeted: “MAJOR congrats to Miley !!!” adding: “Excited for her album and to work together.”

“You are KILLING it,” Cyrus responded. “Congratulations! Sending love.”

During a recent interview, SZA revealed that she has “100 or so” leftover tracks from the ‘SOS’ sessions. This news was met with excitement from fans, who are hoping that these tracks will be released in the near future.

“There are still songs that didn’t make the album that I wanted to make the album, but that’s what deluxe and things are for,” she explained.

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“Sometimes it’s 10 songs that didn’t make the cut, so we’ll see. I’m going to throw them all out there because… No one can say I didn’t give the music. So when I disappear for another five years, there will be more. There will be more to speak for me.”

SZA’s original version of ‘SOS’ featured collaborations with Phoebe Bridgers and Travis Scott, as well as a sample of Ol’ Dirty B*****d. Rumor has it that SZA also collaborated with Lizzo on a song called ‘Boy From South Detroit’, but it didn’t make the final cut. However, Lizzo did make a secret appearance on the song ‘F2F’.