SZA Talks about her New Album and GRAMMY Snubs in cover story with Cosmopolitan
Songstress SZA have been quite busy, her recent single ‘Good Days‘ earn an impressive reception from fans despite the fact it wasn’t promoted too heavy, the single is currently sitting at #38 possition on the Billboard Hot 100 chart this week.
In recent interview with Cosmopolitan for their new cover story she revealed how she likes to work with little or no pressure when it has to do with her creative process. She said “In this space, I just want to do what I want without any pressure, without any hyper-conversation about it.” she also went to further to say “This album is going to be the sh*t that made me feel something in my…here and in here,” she continues, laying one hand on her heart and the other on her gut. “That’s what’s going to go on the album. I’m making all different types of sh*t every day from different places in my spirit.”
“2020 definitely affected my ability to create and just the way I see everything,” SZA says about the wild year that 2020 was. “It forced me to restructure. I’m bored as f*ck when I’m not overwhelmed.”
Regarding her GRAMMY Snub Sha said “I’m just a girl from the ’burbs. I never had dreams of being nominated for a Grammy,” “I thought I was going to be a gymnast and a f*cking business accountant somewhere. Or working at Nike corporate or some shit in Portland. Who knows, but something that involved a power suit. So it’s not a heavy burden. Once you’ve been nominated and lost, you’re very much free because you’re not concerned. I passed that threshold years ago—it’s an old energy to me. Why would I be mad?”