The vocally talented, big haired beauty, SZA gave the world her new track “twoAM” yesterday evening (MAy19th).
She easily kills the hit tack from PartyNextDoor and Drake entitled “Come and See Me.” As her smooth vocals play on the song, it’s a late night/early morning of emotional thoughts of a past love. This song gives the feel of what runs through your head after a drunken or lonely night and having the urge to want to hit up a love, but you certainly know you shouldn’t. The song ends with an upbeat switch up, giving the fans a hint and preview of another song, maybe?
“twoAM” was produced by Thankgod4cody, Carter Lang and SCUM.
SZA has appeared on Kendrick Lamar’s unititled unmastered album, A$AP Ferg’s “Ferg Forever” and Rihanna’s hit album ANTI. While we love to here her drop a gem on any track, it’s good to get a feel of what her upcoming album “A” will be about.
The song dropped on her soundcloud and pretty sure it’ll be on your playlist around twoAM. Check it out below:
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