“Love Galore” Dropping Means We’re One Step Closer To SZA’s ‘CTRL’ Album
The last indication we got that SZA’s long-awaited proper debut album was on the way was when she treated us to an interactive website. In the main video teaser, we hear snippets of various songs that will appear on the album, one of which was “Love Galore,” featuring Travis Scott. The smooth yet thumping number became an instant fan favorite.
Sensing our collective angst and frustration with the delay of the album, Top Dawg freed up the song on Twitter. “Y’all been killing me for it, y’all been waiting and been begging for it… well, its finally here,” he said. On top of that, SZA dropped the Nabil-directed video to the video as well, and boy does it escalate quickly. “Done with these n***as, I don’t love these n***as/I dust off these n***as, do it for fun,” SZA croons craftily.
Not only does the release of “Love Galore” bring us closer to the album release, which is due this summer, but according to a statement, it signifies the partnership between TDE and RCA for the project.
Press play on the full treats here, and while you wait for new goods to drop, listen to her previously released “Drew Barrymore.”
LOVE GALORE OUT NOW 🖤DIRECTED BY NABIL https://t.co/akEYptXsal
— SZA (@sza) April 28, 2017