SZA’s remix to her popular SOS track “Snooze” has arrived. On this acoustic remix, Justin Bieber adds an additional verse to the love song. This is the first time the pair has collaborated on a song together.
SZA released SOS in December 2022 which also spawned the hit “Kill Bill.” That was her first Billboard Hot 100 No. 1. “took me a over week to process cause I dreamt of this my entire career,” she wrote in a post on X (formerly known as Twitter). “didn’t feel real lol, still doesn’t.”
“but I wanna say THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THIS,” SZA continued. “Every person ,every fan base every ear that listened and pushed for me… Can’t believe we have a number 1 record,” she added.
took me a over week to process cause I dreamt of this my entire career.. didn’t feel real lol, still doesn’t. but I wanna say THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THIS. Every person ,every fan base every ear that listened and pushed for me . Can’t believe we have a number 1 record😢 🩸🆘 🔪🙏🏾 pic.twitter.com/mpk9ZEXNpR— SZA (@sza) May 3, 2023
SZA’s SOS spent ten nonconsecutive weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. The last R&B album to pull a similar feat was Mariah Carey’s self-titled debut in 1991. It stayed atop the charts for 11 weeks straight.
She recently gave more details about the deluxe version of the album during her Brooklyn show over the weekend.
“So the deluxe is like a whole ‘nother album, and it’s called Lana. It’s seven to 10 songs, and it’ll be out this fall,” SZA is heard saying in a fan-captured video at the show.
However, SZA reportedly walked back on those statements during the event, admitting that “we don’t actually have a plan.”
“We’re just playing some songs off the deluxe, and we’re just gonna play a couple of songs you already know,” the “Snooze” singer said. “It was really just — I just wanted to do something for free that was a vibe ’cause I was here in town. Literally, there’s no other point to this whatsoever.”
A release date for the deluxe has not been announced yet.
Take a look at the “Snooze” remix below: