SZA Explains Who She Was Talking About On “I Hate You” On Twitter Rant

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SZA simply dropped “I Hate U” on an anonymous SoundCloud account in August 2021, but the response was so overwhelming that she ended up releasing it as a single which became one of the biggest songs of her career. While the lyrics might suggest she’s talking about men, the TDE singer took to Twitter on Wednesday (May 3) to reveal she was actually referring to everyone.

“I swear to God if I didn’t accidentally fall in love with the music…I would NEVER come OUTSIDE,” she wrote. β€œYou suck joy and life out of EVERYTHING. Thank goodness for the goal because outside of the art it’s crap. Now get started with this. When I said I was so sick of U N-GGAS YALL CONTRADICT. I spoke to everyone. Not the men. For registration. I hate you was a universal emotion. Take care.”

She added: “And please know that when I drop something, it’s not for y’all. It’s to free my fucking self. NOW EVERYONE HAS A COCKMEAT SANDWICH AND A MERRY CHRISTMAS.

“I Hate U” peaked at No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100, while reaching No. 1 on the Hot R&B/Hip Hop Songs and Rhythmic Airplay charts. While attending the 2022 Met Gala on Monday, May 2, SZA discussed the song and confirmed that her new album is set to drop this summer.

“Literally, I put [‘I Hate U’] on SoundCloud because I wanted a reason to be like, without pressure, and to be like, ‘I don’t want the stress of releasing an album,'” she said. “But my album is finally ready from, more than I have ever felt before. So this summer, it will be an SZA summer.

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She also addressed fans on the red carpet, asking if they thought 15 tracks was too much for the album.

SZA’s latest album CTRL was released in June 2017 and debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 chart with approximately 60,000 album-equivalent units. She received five Grammy Award nominations, including Best New Artist, Best Urban Contemporary Album, Best R&B Performance, Best R&B Song, and Best Rap/Singing Performance.

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