Indications Of A Future Kill Bill Remix Collaboration Between SZA And Doja Cat

SZA And Doja Cat

Doja Cat and SZA have just given a hint at their most recent joint effort, which could be a remix of the smash song “Kill Bill” from SOS.

Fans are anticipating a lot from this collaboration between Doja Cat and SZA, but it won’t be their first. The internet behavior of American singers Doja Cat and SZA gave rise to speculation that the two would work together on an upcoming project.

Collaboration Between SZA And Doja Cat

“@sza sis… I did something bad” was the mysterious tweet shared by the 27-year-old rapper.

A little while afterwards, SZA said, “Jesus.. what is it,” to which Doja answered, “9 pm / 4.13.23.”

Since their Twitter exchange, fans of both artists have been buzzing with excitement at the prospect of a new musical collaboration between them.

This isn’t the first time Doja and the 33-year-old singer have worked together; they sang harmony on the popular single “Kiss Me More,” which appeared on Doja’s 2021 album Planet Her.

Doja Cat – Kiss Me More (Official Video) ft. SZA

The song has been certified 5 times Platinum due to its immense popularity on the radio and on streaming services. The duet between Doja and SZA earned them their first Grammy for Best Pop Duo Performance.

As this was happening, the official Spotify account tweeted, “hope everyone’s hungry bc we’re about to get fed all summer long,” further agitating listeners.

Doja also used the hashtag “9 pm @sza” in the description of an Instagram video showing birds soaring over the ocean. 

SZA – Kill Bill (Official Video)

SZA Is Performing In St. Louis This Fall

Recently, we saw that St. Louis is one of 21 more stops on R&B superstar SZA’s sold-out “S.O.S.” Tour, which was recently extended due to fan demand.

SZA, the R&B singer, has announced that she will be extending the European and North American legs of her current tour, titled “The S.O.S.” One of the more than thirty shows scheduled for the Enterprise Centre takes place on Wednesday, October 11. On Friday, April 14, at noon, tickets will go on sale to the general public.

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