SZA’s long-awaited second album has been confirmed, and it is set to release in December

The follow-up to 'Ctrl' is finally set to land next month.

SZA’s much-anticipated second album will be released in December, and it will be titled ‘S.O.S’.

SZA has finally confirmed that the follow-up to the revolutionary ‘Ctrl’ is set to drop next month, revealing in an interview with Billboard that ‘S.O.S’ is just around the corner.

The announcement follows significant rumours about the potential release circulating of late, with fans noting a number plate reading ‘DEC’ in the video for ‘Shirt’. ‘Shirt’ was SZA’s first single drop since last year’s ‘I Hate U’, and looks likely to be the first single from the new album.

Last week, SZA also shared an official teaser entitled ‘PSA’. The video includes a brief snippet of what is to come, that no doubt indicates that the five year wait for ‘S.O.S’ looks set to be worth it. Watch the full teaser below.

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