Top Dawg Entertainment’s SZA is ready for a huge Coachella bounce back. The crooner has reflected on not living up to her own expectations after Weekend 1.
The California native went to Instagram Wednesday (April 18) to share a reflective message about her Coachella set.
Last week kicked my ass . Every technical difficulty that could’ve went wrong did . Every “friend” I asked to come out bailed on me . Lost my voice completely . Didn’t even get a chance to play the weekend . Couldn’t believe it was all happening on my biggest stage to date. I LOVE AND ACCEPT ALL CHALLENGES !! THANK U GOD FOR EVERY GROWTH OPPORTUNITY TO STEP INTO BIGGER DRAWS . I AM BIGGER THAN MY ADVERSITY . DOWN 9 TIMES BUT I GET UP 10!! This Friday is MINE 🙏🏾 . #COACHELLA2018 🙏🏾💕🌸✨
A few weeks ago, the crooner shared her cameo-heavy “Broken Clocks” video.
In a recent interview, the high-profile singer hinted at possibly hanging up the mic after her next solo album.
My world got so much smaller so fast. I have so much to write about. I feel like I’m in a cage. I’m making the best album of my life for this next album and I know that… because it’s going to be my last album.” Let’s not take that “last” part too seriously. She delivered it with a grin and has been known to flirt with the idea of early retirement. (Flaunt)
Last summer, SZA addressed putting up a since-deleted tweet about quitting music.
“Sometimes. Every other day. I don’t know. I have a short attention span, and I don’t like to do things when they aren’t fun or I can’t grow anymore. This is a space where I feel like I’m growing and having a good time. I’m learning a lot, but sometimes it gets to be a lot and I feel like I can’t grow in this space. Like, I have to do something different to grow.” (Glamour)