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TGIF Playlist: SZA Collection

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TGIFIgnacia Fulcher is a Commerce Editor with an absurd love of music, culture, and beauty. If you have any fire jams you think she should listen to, shoot her an email.

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This week marked the three-year anniversary of SZA’s legendary CTRL. The album every black girl felt was the musical version of our collective diaries. So! I decided to put together a little playlist of her jams from her E.P.s as well as her features. Let’s get to listening, being in our feelings, and wondering when someone will lie and tell us our booty is getting bigger even if it ain’t, ladies! Make sure to tune into Amazon Music Unlimited for the full version. They’re still doing 3 months of FREE listens, and while you’re at it, grab an Amazon Echo Dot, it’s only $1 on Amazon when you sign up for a one-month subscription to Amazon Unlimited!

1. “Wavy (Interlude)” — SZA ft. James Fauntleroy

2. “Garden (Say It Like Dat)”— SZA

3. “Broken Clocks” — SZA

4. “Warm Winds” — SZA ft. Isaiah Rashad

5. “Child’s Play” — SZA ft. Chance The Rapper

6. “The Weekend” — SZA

7. “9" — WILLOW ft. SZA

8. “HiiJack” — SZA

9. “What Lovers Do” — Maroon 5 ft. SZA

10. “Babylon” — SZA ft. Kendrick Lamar

11. “Stuck in the Mud” — Isaiah Rashad ft. SZA

12. “Love Galore” — SZA ft. Travis Scott

13. “Pretty Little Birds” — SZA ft. Isaiah Rashad

14. “Consideration” — Rihanna ft. SZA

15. “Caretaker” — DRAM ft. SZA

And here’s the completed playlist on Amazon Music for your enjoyment:


Until next week, y’all.

Commerce Editor. Brooklyn born. Black and Latina. Obsessed with skincare and '90s R&B. Actually went to Journalism school. Cares about social justice and Black writers.

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