By now, you’ve probably heard of SZA.
In a nutshell, she’s a rap artist from New York City who is known for her collaborations with hip-hop artists.
However, it’s her music that’s really getting the attention.
So far, SZA has released two albums, and it’s been hailed as one of the best albums of 2016.
What sets SZA apart is her ability to write her own material, as well as her ability as a producer, according to The Washington Post.
SZA is a master of her craft, and is a skilled storyteller.
Here are the best songs from her Sza album, which is set to debut in December: “A Thousand Words” from “One Hundred Years” – SZA uses her voice to tell the story of her childhood.
“Don’t Forget” from her first album, “Wish” – A lyrical story about a young girl’s desire to meet her idol, Nas.
“It Was a Good Day” from one of her collaborations, “Fetty Wap” – The song that was sampled on SZA’s “Panda.”
“No One Can Stop Me” from the album “The Life You Made Me” – This song is about an aspiring rapper named “Gorilla.”
“All Night” from a collaboration with Nas.
The song is a tribute to SZA, who is featured on the track.
“Catch You Tonight” from SZA and Big Sean – This is a song about a boy named Big Sean.
The collaboration features the singer-songwriter, with whom she has collaborated in the past.
“Ain’t No Love” from another collaboration, “The Message” – It features Nas’ collaboration with SZA titled “I Got It.”
The song has been sampled on “Fetus” and “No More” by Migos.
“Pitbull” from T.I.’s “Thug Life” – Based on a poem from a song by Tupac, this song features Nas as a mentor.
It was sampled by Nas on his track “Downtown.”
“Lucky” from Kanye West’s “My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy” – Nas uses the lyrics of this song as a hook for his verse.
“The Only Way” from his collaboration “G.O.O., Biggie Smalls” – Another collaboration with the rapper.
Nas is featured in the song, and the song was featured on his 2016 single “Thanaz.”
“Sosa,” from Drake’s “One Dance” – One of the most successful collaborations of 2016, featuring Nas, Kanye West and more.
“Whip It” from Rihanna’s “Hotline Bling” – Rihanna uses Nas’ voice to rap over the song.
“Til’ I Die” from Migos’ “All of Me” (featuring Nas, Drake and Lil Wayne) – This collaborative feature features Nas, Migos and Wayne.
Nas and Nas collaborate on the song on the 2016 single, “Gangsta Gangsta.”
“Take Care of Me (feat.
Big Sean)” from “Lose Yourself” – Featuring Nas, the two rappers collaborate to rap.
“Gone” from Drake and Kanye West – Nas collaborated with Drake on this song.
Nas wrote and produced Drake’s song, “All I Want for Christmas is You.”
Nas’ “Rodeo” from Lil Wayne’s “Love Yourself” (which features Nas) – The collaboration featured Drake on the rap song, which features Nas and Drake.
“I Want My Love Back” from Big Sean’s “Ghetto Love” – On this collaboration, Nas uses his voice to rhyme over Drake’s track.
Nas also collaborated with Big Sean on “Guns N’ Roses,” which featured Nas, Eminem and Biggie.
“We Got the Power” from Kendrick Lamar’s “Alright” – Lil Wayne and Nas collaborated on this collaboration.
“No Problems” from Future’s “I Feel It Coming” – Future and Nas work on this project.
“Let’s Get Free” from M.I.A.’s The Life of Pablo – Nas and M.A.C. collaborate on this collaborative project.
How to Make your Own SZA Album from your Favorite Songs” from The Washington Times”How to make your own SZA album from your favorite songs” from NPRSZA is available now on iTunes and Amazon.
She is also available for purchase on iTunes.