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SZA’s Unreleased Verse on Lil Tjay’s ‘Calling My Phone’ Surfaces Online

The artist addresses the leak and explains her absence from the final track

In a recent turn of events, an unreleased verse from SZA for Lil Tjay’s 2021 track “Calling My Phone” has found its way onto the internet. The song, which is part of Lil Tjay’s album “Destined 2 Win”, originally features 6LACK. However, the leaked verse has sparked a debate among fans, with some expressing a preference for SZA’s contribution over 6LACK’s.

The verse was shared by RapTV, leading to mixed reactions from Instagram users. While some praised SZA’s verse as superior to 6LACK’s, others defended the original artist. Despite the controversy, SZA’s talent was widely acknowledged, with one user noting that she’s “always gonna eat.”

SZA addressed the leak on Twitter, expressing both frustration and gratitude. She admitted to being upset about the leak but was glad fans liked it. She also revealed that she often hesitates to submit her work, especially when she feels she can’t add anything to songs that are already excellent. This was the case with “Calling My Phone”, leading to her decision to not turn in her verse.

The artist clarified that her decision was not due to a lack of confidence but out of respect for the original artists. She stated that she only wants to give her best, especially for popular songs. If she feels she can’t enhance the song, she prefers to step back.

Both 6LACK and Lil Tjay responded positively to SZA’s verse. 6LACK admitted to listening to the verse with his hands over his ears because it felt like a sin, but he acknowledged that it sounded like butter. Lil Tjay, on the other hand, hinted at a potential collaboration with SZA, stating that he has something better for her and that’s what the fans want.Sza'S Unreleased Verse On Lil Tjay'S 'Calling My Phone' Surfaces Online, Yours Truly, News, April 24, 2024
Sza'S Unreleased Verse On Lil Tjay'S 'Calling My Phone' Surfaces Online, Yours Truly, News, April 24, 2024

Sza'S Unreleased Verse On Lil Tjay'S 'Calling My Phone' Surfaces Online, Yours Truly, News, April 24, 2024

Sza'S Unreleased Verse On Lil Tjay'S 'Calling My Phone' Surfaces Online, Yours Truly, News, April 24, 2024

In other news, SZA recently shared her experience of an ex-boyfriend’s father texting her during an interview with Elle. She also opened up about undergoing a Brazilian butt lift, stating that she always wanted a fuller figure with less gym time. She clarified that her decision was not due to industry pressure but her own desire for a certain look.

This incident highlights the unpredictable nature of the music industry, where even unreleased work can find its way to the public and stir up conversations. As for SZA, she continues to engage with her fans and fellow artists, maintaining her reputation as a respected and talented artist in the industry.

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