AceShowbiz - The wait is officially over for SZA's fans. The "Kiss Me More" hitmaker finally released her long-awaited sophomore album, "S.O.S", on Friday, December 9 and it consists of 23 tracks in total.
The new project boasts guest appearances from several artists like Don Toliver ("Used"), Phoebe Bridgers ("Ghost in the Machine") and the late Ol' Dirty Bastard ("Forgiveless"). The singer also teamed up with Travis Scott (II) for "Open Arms", marking their latest collaboration following "Love Galore" and "Power Is Power" ft. The Weeknd.
The highly-anticipated follow-up to 2017's "Ctrl" also includes a single titled "Blind". She performed the tune live for the first time in the Saturday, December 3 episode of "Saturday Night Live", where she was dressed in a brown shirt and tie.
While she only enlisted four artists on the project, SZA previously divulged that she hopes to have more features on it. When speaking to Hot97 on Tuesday, she claimed some musicians ghosted her.
"[Collaborations happen] in the DMs and begging people," she said. "Sometimes people turn in their verses and sometimes they don't. A lot of people just like, did not turn in their verses - but I'm grateful for who did."
Just days prior to the release of "S.O.S.", it was reported that the record has already sold over 500,000 units in the United States. Chart Data announced on Twitter on Monday, "@sza's 'SOS' has already sold over 500,000 units in the US prior to release." It also noted that the album's success follows the inclusion of "Good Days", "I Hate U" and "Shirt".