“I guess I could drop a new album randomly because no one’s actually expecting that from me right now,” the TDE songstress said to ‘Variety.’

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Today (Nov. 29), SZA appeared on the cover of Variety‘s latest issue as part of their Hitmaker of the Year honors. In the publication’s feature, the TDE talent spoke on her wildly successful sophomore LP, SOS, and some of its biggest standouts, including the Carter Lang and Rob Bisel-produced hit “Kill Bill.”

“I hated it. Well, I didn’t hate it. But I was like, ‘Can I say this? Is it silly?’ Rob was like, ‘You have to say it!'” she explained about the chart-topping effort, which was later remixed with help from Doja Cat. “So I sent it to my homegirl, and she was like, ‘I don’t know. I think you should maybe say something to clarify.’ I was really scared that people would harm each other ’cause some people are f**king strange. But it was a joke .”