SOS by SZA is finally available on all streaming platforms. After a five-year wait, the singer shared the highly anticipated sequel to the multi-platinum CTRL with her fan base.

In recent years, the artist has never disappeared from the scene, giving us guests of the caliber of All The Stars with Kendrick Lamar and Kiss Me More with Doja Cat. Thanks to this last song, Solana won the first Grammy during the 2022 edition.

SOS had been in the works for some time and was originally scheduled for a summer release. Indiscretions about a possible break with the TDE had begun to circulate, but the parties involved then took care to immediately dispel these doubts.

During a long interview SZA revealed the reason why the album launch took so long. Some personal events and the difficulty of coping with expectations have, in fact, postponed its publication on several occasions.

However, the wait is over. The project consists of twenty-three tracks with Travis Scott, Don Toliver, Ol’ Dirty Bastard and Phoebe Bridgers as guests. The singles launched in a scattered way in recent times converged on the final tracklist: the hits Good Days and I Hate U and the more recent Shirt.

Earlier this week, SZA released the album cover and also shared a promotional trailer on Youtube that portrays her in different sets.

The artist announced the final release date during his appearance on Saturday Night Live. The show allowed her to perform with Shirt and with the new single Blind.

Solana has already anticipated having a deluxe version in store and, in the meantime, all you have to do is play SOS by clicking on the Spotify link found below… enjoy listening!