SZA has unveiled a fresh visual treat for her track “Snooze” from the SOS album. Guided by the creative eye of director Bradley J. Calder, the video showcases SZA sharing the screen with the likes of Justin Bieber, Benny Blanco, Beef star and Emmy-nominated Young Mazino, as well as Woody McClain from Power Book II: Ghost. Don’t miss out on the new video, available below.
Earlier in January, SZA captivated fans with her riveting video for “Kill Bill,” continuing to impress with visuals for “I Hate U,” “Shirt,” and “Nobody Gets Me” throughout the previous year. With the release of SOS in December 2022, SZA celebrated her first top-spot album on the Billboard 200 chart. It seems the singer’s hit parade isn’t over yet! SZA will take the stage at the Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival in Los Angeles this coming November.
Want more SZA visual excellence? Take a trip down memory lane with her “Hit Different” video, which made its mark in “The 20 Best Music Videos of 2020.”
(Note to any music geeks in the audience: If you’re curious about the full lineup at the Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival or want to dive into SZA’s creative process, stay tuned for more articles. Just remember, SZA’s success is no snooze-fest!)
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about SZA
Who stars alongside SZA in the new video for “Snooze”?
Justin Bieber, Benny Blanco, Beef star and Emmy nominee Young Mazino, and Woody McClain from Power Book II: Ghost star in the video, directed by Bradley J. Calder.
When did SZA release the SOS album, which includes the track “Snooze”?
SZA released the SOS album in December 2022, and it became her first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 chart.
What other music videos has SZA released recently?
In the past year, SZA released visuals for “Kill Bill,” “I Hate U,” “Shirt,” and “Nobody Gets Me.”
Where will SZA be performing in November?
SZA is scheduled to perform at the Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival in Los Angeles in November.
What is notable about SZA’s “Hit Different” video?
SZA’s “Hit Different” video made its mark in “The 20 Best Music Videos of 2020.”