SZA is very unhappy with her record label.
The singer’s song, “Good Days,” charted for 20 weeks and has now officially left the Billboard Hot 100, and she is not happy about it.
A fan shared the news of the drop on their SZA fan account that also highlighted the track’s accomplishments. In their post, the fan reminded followers that the song peaked a No. 9 and was her biggest solo hit to date.
However, SZA responded with a comment that took aim at her label, saying she really hates them.
SZA, who is signed to both RCA and Top Dawg Entertainment, has yet to expand on her frustration, but it’s worth noting she has made similar comments in the past. After being bombarded with demands for new music last year, the singer instructed fans to ask TDE president Terrence “Punch” Henderson, suggesting he was the one who was holding up the releases.
See the post that triggered her reaction: