SZA shares official version of former SoundCloud demo ‘I Hate U’

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The song initially came about as one of three “random thoughts” that SZA shared back in August.

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SZA has officially unveiled their latest single, ‘I Hate You’, three months after the R&B icon dropped it as a “random thought” on SoundCloud.

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The song initially came out as one of three demos SZA shared with ‘Nightbird’ and ‘Jonny’ back in August. Them “.” The album was released anonymously through a SoundCloud account named after SZA, although SZA later confirmed that the songs were hers by tweeting a link to the account and that she was “dumping random thoughts”.

The official release of ‘I Hate You’ is virtually identical to the version SZA posted on SoundCloud, thanks to its slightly changed title (the SoundCloud version is called ‘I Hate You’). In a tweet announcing the single, SZA said: “It started as an experiment on SoundCloud, but you all asked for it on streaming..

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Watch the song video for ‘I Hate You’ below:

At the moment it is unclear whether “I Hate You” – or “Nightbird” and “Jonny”, for that matter – will appear on SZA’s upcoming second album. The follow-up to 2017’s “Ctrl” — which featured hits like “Broken Clock” and “Garden (Say It Like Date)” — has been teased regularly since 2019, with a suite of standalone singles vying for radio silence. Is.

In 2018, SZA teamed up with Kendrick Lamar for ‘All the Stars’, which was featured on the soundtrack black Panther, The following year, she dropped “Power Is Power” with The Weeknd and Travis Scott, while the 2020 hit “Hits Different” and “Good Days” followed with Justin Timberlake collab “The Other Side.”

Thus far in 2021, she is linked with Doja Cat for “Kiss Me More” (which the pair made their live debut at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards), SAINt JHN for “Just for Me” (which was its appeared on the soundtrack) Space Jam: A New Legacy), and Kali Uchis for a new version of ‘Few Major’. On his own, he released ‘The Anonymous Ones’ as part of the soundtrack. dear too hansen,

They debuted another new track called ‘Shirt’ during a livestream in July. In another tweet made today (December 4), she hinted that this could be her next single: “The only reason I didn’t do it earlier [because ‘I Hate U’] Technically already was completely out,” she wrote. “It wasn’t much to put it on streaming.”

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Also in July, SZA joked that she was considering finishing her new album and “starting from the beginning”. It later issued a collection of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) to celebrate the above livestream.



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