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SZA is a Grammy-nominated R&B artist who garnered industry buzz through independently released work, before teaming with Top Dawg Entertainment for her third EP, Z. She hit the big time in 2017 with her first full-length album, Ctrl, which spawned the singles "Love Galore," "The Weekend" and "Broken Clocks," en route to platinum certification. The Grammy-nominated singer and songwriter has also collaborated with such popular acts as Rihanna, Maroon 5 and Kendrick Lamar.

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Solána Imani Rowe was born on November 8, 1989, in St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. Known professionally as SZA, her singer's music persona is pronounced "Sizza.” which is an acronym of letters in the Supreme Alphabet, which was created by Clarence 13X, founder of the Five Percent Nation. As she explained, “The S stands for Sovereign or Self, Savior; the Z stands for Zig-Zag-Zig, which is enlightenment and acknowledgment of one’s self; and the A stands for the most high of all,” a reference to Allah.
Sza was raised in Maplewood, New Jersey, in the orthodox Muslim tradition. She attended a Muslim prep school on top of her regular schooling, frequently wore a hijab, and dressed in baggy clothing to conform to ideals of modesty. She often felt ostracized as one of the few Black people in her predominantly white community, and she experienced bullying after the September 11 attacks in 2001. She often took off her hijab at school in an attempt to fit in. Her relationship with her religion was sometimes fraught while she was growing up, but she remained devoted to it. As she recalled in a 2013 interview, “I’ll feel most comfortable with Islam forever.”
After graduating from high school in 2008, Rowe attended three different colleges before eventually deciding to study marine biology at Delaware State University.After leaving Delaware State, she spent a summer at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City and developed a keen fashion sense. She interned for Billionaire Boys Club, a clothing brand founded by fashion designers and music producers Pharrell Williams and Nigo, and later worked for 10.Deep, a streetwear clothing brand, which assigned her to hand out merchandise at a Kendrick Lamar concert. A friend was playing some of SZA's music, capturing the attention of Top Dawg Entertainment co-president Terrence "Punch" Henderson. The two stayed in touch, and after SZA began generating buzz with the release of her first two EPs, TDE stepped in to sign her the label's first female artist in 2013.
In 2014 SZA released a second EP, Z, which, like her first two projects, delivered a dreamlike, enchanting sound. In that same year, she cowrote the song “Feeling Myself,” which was performed by Nicki Minaj and featured Beyoncé. In 2016 she was featured on Rihanna’s album ANTI.In 2017 SZA released Ctrl, her debut studio album, featuring a contemporary rhythm-and-blues sound and exploring themes of romance, nostalgia, and insecurity. The album, which included the popular songs “Broken Clocks,” “The Weekend,” and “Love Galore,” reached number one on the Billboard Top R&B Albums chart and number three on the Billboard 200 chart, and it also received several Grammy Award nominations. In 2018 she collaborated with Kendrick Lamar on the song “All the Stars,” which was featured on the soundtrack of the movie Black Panther. The song earned them several Grammy Award nominations and an Academy Award nomination.
After Ctrl, SZA released singles and collaborations with artists including Justin Timberlake, Cardi B, and Post Malone. One of her most successful collaborations was “Kiss Me More” with rapper Doja Cat, which peaked in 2021 at number three on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and earned SZA her first Grammy Award, for best pop duo/group performance. SZA's long-awaited second album, SOS, was released on December 9, 2022. It reached number-one on Billboard 200 chart, breaking the record for the biggest streaming week ever for an R&B album, and remained atop the chart for nine non-consecutive weeks. The album's singles "Nobody Gets Me" and "Kill Bill" were both top-ten hits; the latter peaked at number one on the Billboard Global 200 charts.








SZA Announces Collaboration with #Crocs 

In May 2022, SZA debuted her first line in a collaboration with American footwear designer Crocs. The shoes featured an earthy design pattern with custom charms representing totems that keep the singer "grounded, calm, and collected." Later that year in December, the shoemaker released a second collection in partnership with the singer that featured a distressed denim pattern and nostalgic charms like a flip phone and floppy disc.

In an interview with People, the singer revealed she wears Crocs "at all times and anywhere" because she can "be comfortable and be cute at the same time."

"DAAAAH IM SO EXCITED  A chill mind deserves chill shoes. That’s why my @crocs collab is available right now at #SZAXCrocs"


Sza Announces ‘SOS’ Tour Dates

SZA found herself continuously on the road in the wake of her attention-grabbing debut album. After touring both the U.S. and Europe for much of the second half of 2017, she headed Down Under for the FOMO music festival in early 2018, before joining her TDE label mates for The Championship Tour that spring.
More recently, SZA toured across Europe, the U.S., and Canada in 2023 after adding 31 dates to her "SOS Tour" from June through October.
"Let’s RUN THIS BACK !!!  EUROPE AND U.S. ROUND 2  plus some special surprises Tickets on sale Friday at 12 pm local time at

The SOS Tour is the second concert tour and first arena tour by American singer-songwriter SZA, in support of her second studio album, SOS (2022). It was announced on December 13 alongside merchandise for the album, four days after the album's release. The first and third legs took place in North America, with 18 shows for the first and 20 for the third. There were 15 stops in Europe for the second leg.

Get your tickets at

May 29 - Jun. 2nd, 2024 - Primavera Sound 2024 - Barcelona, Spain
Jun. 1, 2024 - Parc Del Fòrum - Barcelona, Spain
Jun. 2, 2024 - We Love Green 2024 - Paris, France
Jun. 9. 2024 - The Governors Ball Music Festival 2024 - Queens, New York
Aug. 2 - 4, 2024 - Osheaga Music And Arts Festival 2024 - Montréal, QC

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