The studio album by SZA has just been remastered. The album, dropped in late 2022, has been a huge success for the artist - so it's only right she gives people more of what they want. In particular, one track that has been replaying in our minds and dominating our 'For You' pages has just been given a revamp. Check it out...
On December 9, SZA released her 2nd studio album, SOS, after months of production. Formerly named Solána Imani Rowe, SZA released the long-awaited tracklist, which has come along with her ultimate success from the past year. The singer had a wild 2022, but more importantly, she took us home with some major milestones. From performing on SNL and teasing debut songs to finally releasing the said music her fans have been waiting for, for much too long. Whether your preferred platform is Spotify or TikTok, you might be familiar with some of her latest hits such as Shirt, Good Days, and Blood Stain On My Shirt. While these took control of our feeds throughout 2021 and 2022, we're here to talk about Kill Bill. The song has become so popular, SZA decided to re-make the song into 4 different tunes.
The song that sings, 'I might kill my ex, not the best idea,' is all anyone and everyone can think about these days. Now, no matter where we go or what we're doing, Kill Bill is the go-to track. SZA has released a four-track single bundle featuring the original version, a sped-up version, an isolated instrumental track, and a vocals-only version. She is giving her fans, and musical prodigies the creative freedom to do whatever they like with the song, perhaps a karaoke or a re-mix is in the making. While this might seem like a surprise, it has been aligned with the release of Christian Breslauer music video, featuring a cameo of Vivica A. Fox, the Kill Bill actress, sees SZA "taking revenge on a lover who attempts to finish her off," noted Hypebeast. The multi-purpose track has now soared to No. 1 on the Global 200 chart but also battling with Taylor Swift’s Anti-Hero for the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100.
In the meantime, while fans decide which is their favorite version of the SOS track, the album alone has been at the top of the Billboard 200 for four consecutive weeks. It is the first R&B album by a female to spend its first four weeks at No. 1 since Janet Jackson's janet in 1993. If this isn't a musical moment made in history, we don't know what is.