SZA continues to keep the train rolling following the release of her critically-acclaimed her album CTRL. For her latest, she drops a new visual for the project’s lead-off single “Drew Barrymore,” which is directed by Dave Meyers and looks as if it was filmed back when everyone thought CTRL was dropping — there are scenes that show the TDE artist and her friends playing in the snow in the middle of New York City. There are plenty of other adventures about as well, including a dope run-in with the song’s namesake…the singer also sits nude in a laundromat, which is as good a reason as any to skip the rest of this write-up and press play on the clip.
Check out “Drew Barrymore” below, as well as — if you missed it — a warm response from Drew Barrymore herself, delivered following SZA’s live premiere of the song on Jimmy Kimmel Live!.
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