SZA Releases Acoustic Version of Hit Single ‘Kill Bill’ Listen
SZA can’t stop impressing her fans and supporters. Today is another special day to listen to a new version of her Kill Bill song. Previously, she gave is a video treatment of her Kill Bill and you can watch it here. The kill Bill Acoustic version has arrived and fans are loving it.
Despite the success of her SOS album which will soon begin its tour, SZA has been doing great since that dropped on streaming platforms. The SOS album which featured Phoebe Bridgers, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, Don Toliver and Travis Scott was able to debut at Billboard No. 1 via Hot 200.
SOS album is SZA’s first No. 1 album since her career. While she celebrated it, the TDE singer can continue to remain more relevant using her 2022 project that mostly sold the album using some tracks like Shirt, Kill Bill and more. Dropping Kill Bill acoustic version is another part of growth SZA is giving to her debuted album.
Kill Bill is the hottest song on SOS. It has topped the Spotify global chart for several days and currently sits at the number 2 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, just behind Taylor Swift. The video was released a couple of weeks ago and made some noise but the TDE singer is looking to keep building momentum as she now shares an acoustic version of the infectious tune.
Meanwhile, the Kill Bill Acoustic version has come to put more trend on the album the official song which will help the song debut at No.1 on Billboard Hot 100. Listen to the song below.
Report has also confirmed that SZA’s ‘sos’ is close to breaking the record set by the usher’s ‘confessions’.
With this latest chart victory, SZA is now the only woman other than Adele and Taylor Swift to have spent six weeks at the top of the chart since Britain’s Got Talent sensation Susan Boyle did the same with her debut album between December 2009 and January 2010. This week, SZA and Swift happen to also be the only two women in the Top 10 on the Hot 200 chart, which also includes the latest projects by Metro Boomin, The Weeknd and Drake & 21 Savage.
— HipHopDX (@HipHopDX) January 25, 2023