SZA celebrated SOS topping the charts for a seventh consecutive week!
She offered fans a glimpse behind the scenes of her new “Kill Bill” video, by sharing images and videos while celebrating in the caption.
“7 weeks at #1 is more than I ever imagined . I’m jus tryna do something worth something w my time in the sun . Thank you God . Thank you everyone 🤍🆘” wrote SZA.
SZA continued to cement her name in the record books, by achieving a feat not seen since Usher in the mid-2000s, by remained atop the Billboard 200 for a sixth consecutive week! SZA became the first R&B act, to control the chart at least six times since Usher’s "Confessions."
SZA needs to stay there three more weeks to accomplish the nine-nonconsecutive-week reign of Confessions.
By topping the chart five consecutive times, SOS was the first R&B album by a female act to do so since TLC’s FanMail in 1999, and the first solo female album to remain at No. 1 for at least five weeks since Mariah Carey’s Daydream.
SOS is a 23-track album with features from Travis Scott, Don Toliver, Phoebe Bridgers, and Ol' Dirty Bastard. Produced by Babyface, Jay Versace, Benny Blanco, and Rodney "Darkchild" it includes the songs "Shirt," "Good Days" and "I Hate U."
"A lot of people just like did not turn in their verses, but I'm grateful for who did," she said. "For a lot of these people, I didn’t turn in my verse – so I can’t be too mad. But also, in the same token, it's like, 'Damn this sucks, I really needed you. I wish you showed up for me'. But I'm sure they felt the same way for me."
The video finds SZA at dinner with Stanfield.
Inspired by the restaurant scene from Belly, SZA’s is interrupted by a third person at the table who LaKeith slaps.
It’s been over five years since SZA’s Ctrl, but the wait for a new album looks to be over.