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SZA’s ‘Saturn’ elevates expectations for her soon-to-release album ‘Lana’

todayFebruary 22, 2024

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SZA's 'Saturn' elevates expectations for her soon-to-release album 'Lana'

SZA, one of the most impactful voices in R&B today, has once again captured the attention of both fans and critics with her latest single, “Saturn.” This release comes on the heels of her significant achievements at the 66th Grammy Awards, where she was the most-nominated artist of the year and took home three prestigious awards. SZA’s “SOS” album, which features hits like “Snooze” and “Kill Bill,” won Best Progressive R&B Album, and “Snooze” itself was awarded Best R&B Song. Additionally, her collaboration with Phoebe Bridgers, “Ghost in the Machine,” secured the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, marking a triumphant night for the artist

“Saturn” is an ethereal and reflective piece, showcasing SZA’s talent for weaving her melodious vocals with themes of profound sadness and a desire to be transported to another universe. The initial verse portrays SZA extending her thoughts toward the cosmos, searching for a signal that life holds more than her present disillusionment. The repetition of pain and love loss is questioned as SZA expresses a weariness with the world that feels all too familiar. This track first graced the airwaves in a Mastercard advertisement aired during the Grammy Awards.

The anticipation for new music from SZA has been palpable, especially following her recent Grammy wins and the success of “SOS.” In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, SZA expressed her gratitude for the awards and shared insights into her upcoming album “Lana,” which has been speculated to either be a deluxe edition of “SOS” or a standalone project featuring outtakes and leftovers from the blockbuster album. SZA has previously performed unreleased tracks that may appear on “Lana,” such as “Boy From South Detroit,” “DTM” (or “Diamond Boy”), and “Saturn” itself.


Written by: Tarik Moody

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