When news hit that SZA would be taking leave from the TDE‘s “The Championship Tour,” most thought the singer would shut down her schedule for a few days of rest. However, the vocalist hinted on Twitter that her vocal cords might be permanently damaged.
Bad news if you’re a SZA fan and haven’t seen her at one of the Championship Tour shows yet. The R&B crooner has left the tour due to swollen vocal cords.
For his latest visual, Pulitzer Prize winner Kendrick Lamar’s taking it back to the days when 80’s babies would stay up late on Saturday nights and to watch english dubbed kung-fu flicks on the Fox 5 channel.
Top Dawg Entertainment vocalist SZA has made quite the splash with her Grammy-nominated debut studio album, CTRL. Already spawning three big hits, the album was recently certified platinum.
It looks like The GAP might pull off a comeback. Their newest drop features SZA and Metro Boomin.
Remember J. Holiday? We barely did too, but the DMV-raised vocalist who last dropped in 2014 has a lot to say about the new wave of women artists out here doing it right now. In a recent Instagram post, the “Bed” artist took shots at Beyoncé, Cardi B, and SZA but Black Twitter is getting […]
As the President of Top Dawg Entertainment Terrence Edwards is responsible for the label’s day to day operations. He recently sat down with Complex to discuss his come up and more.
Spotify and its artfully curated playlist RapCaviar has helped transform how fans absorb music from their faves and expanding their growing platforms to an international audience. Last Thursday (Dec. 7) at the Brooklyn Museum, the streaming service launched its first annual RapCaviar Pantheon, which celebrated the careers of Metro Boomin, 21 Savage, and SZA in […]
In 2017 SZA has seen her star rise beyond a lot of peoples expectations thanks to her breakout album CNTRL and this past weekend the St. Louis singer continued her winning streak with an applause-worthy performance on Saturday Night Live.
The 2017 Soul Train Music Awards aired on BET on Sunday (Nov. 27), with Bruno Mars, Cardi B and SZA taking home the top honors of the ceremonies.
While the SZA has built a cult like following for her distinct approach to R&B, not everyone was an early believer. Apparently, that included Jay Z, and the Rap legend told her so personally.
The 2017 Black Girls Rock Awards, normally styled as Black Girls Rock!, was another star-studded time for the annual event. This year, beloved Democratic Party Congresswoman Maxine Waters took the stage and rocked the house with a rousing speech, and she was joined at the ceremony with the likes of Issa Rae, Solange Knowles, and more.