SZA performs at 2016 Panorama NYC at Randall's Island on July 22, 2016 in New York City.
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But did she really quit music?

Sydney Scott
Oct, 04, 2016

Seems SZA might be a little frustrated with her label, Top Dawg Entertainment.

Monday afternoon, the singer tweeted and deleted this response to a fan inquiring about her highly-anticipated album:

"I actually quit . @iamstillpunch can release my album if he ever feels like it . Y'all be blessed ."

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Fans have been anxiously awaiting A,  SZA's follow-up to 2014's Z, and now it seems the may never get it. Back in May, the singer told Entertainment Weekly that the album would drop, "while everyone is still in a bathing suit." She went on to describe the album as her way of "exposing a lot of skeletons" and putting "all my dirty laundry is on the line."

Later, TDE co-president Terrence “Punch” Henderson posted an image of Heath Ledger's joker captioned, "Lol," which seems to be a response to SZA's tweet. We're hoping that this all just some misunderstanding because we have been waiting too long for SZA's follow-up. If there's beef, bury the hatchet. We need new SZA now!