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SZA and Justin Bieber’s snoozy collaboration

SZA has released an acoustic version of her song 'Snooze,' which features Justin Bieber

SZA released acoustic version of song with Justin Bieber
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SZA has shared an acoustic rendition of "Snooze" with Justin Bieber. The song was included on her 2022 album SOS. SZA released the track in August, and Bieber starred in the music video. 

SZA has since revealed a 'SOS' deluxe edition titled 'Lana,' which she describes as a "whole 'nother album" with seven to ten songs.

The first of these is an alternate version of 'Snooze,' which removes the original's orchestration and replaces it with Bieber's vocals. The original 'SOS' album was published in December 2022 and went on to break a seven-year chart record in the United States by reaching Number One for the ninth time.

Almost soon after the original album's release, SZA began promising new material, with Billboard announcing in February that a deluxe edition of 'SOS' was in the works, comprising ten previously unreleased songs.

As soon as she released the video fans rushed to X (Twitter) for their reaction, one user jay. wrote “sza & justin bieber harmonized PERFECTLY”, another user Fede x JB wrote, “It's insane what a perfect match”. Another user Jesilyn commented, “THEY SOUND SOOOOO GOOD”.

SZA recently hinted at a future collaboration with Miley Cyrus, after her tease of future "surprises" for fans and a deluxe edition of the new album. One song that could appear on the deluxe edition has been teased in a new behind-the-scenes film for her 'Snooze' music video.

NME rated SZA's second album, 'SOS,' as "a comeback album well worth the wait," adding that "the US star's first album in five years - and her last ever, she says - is rarely puts a foot wrong."

SZA will also release a new single with Drake today, September 15. 'Slime You Out' appears on the rapper's new album 'For All The Dogs'.

Justin Bieber's most recent album, Justice, was released in 2021. He sold his music catalog to Hipgnosis in January for $200 million, making it the company's greatest acquisition to that point. 

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