Top Dawg Entertainment singer, SZA, has recorded at least 100 songs yet to be released, according to a new report.
Speaking to US entertainment site TMZ at LAX airport, former Grammy winner SZA told the camera that her new album would be dropping 'Any day now.'
fans have been waiting a long time for SZA's new album, after she released her highly-popular album 'Ctrl,' in 2017.
That album ranked as high as third in US charts and went platinum three times.
It also featured five different platinum singles, including 'Drew Barrymore,' 'Love Galore,' featuring Travis Scott, and 'the Weekend,' with Calvin Harris.
From that project 'Broken Clocks,' and 'Garden (Say It Like Dat),' also went platinum later on.
Since then the artists has also released a number of platinum singles.
In 2018 she released 'All the Stars,' with Kendrick Lamar, a song that featured in the hit marvel movie, 'Black Panther.'
'Hit different,' alongside Ty Dolla Sign and 'Good Days' went platinum in 2020, suspected to be songs that will feature on the new album.
Joining those songs on the album, title yet to be confirmed, could be 'I Hate U,' released last year to platinum success.
SZA - I Hate U (Visualizer)
"100 Songs" Yet To Be Released
With this in mind, SZA told a TMZ reporter that she has recorded at least '100 songs,' that have not been released to the public.
No real reason has ben given for SZA's album delay, though SZA has in the past blamed the TDE label president Terrence 'Punch' Henderson, for its lateness.
On twitter, the New Jersey singer replied to a fans questions about the delay in the summer.
'“it’s 100% (TDE president Punch) and rca on this one. I wanted the summer. They wanted more time. I’m jus tryna have a good time stress free lol,” she tweeted.
Henderson, on the other hand, has blamed SZA for the delay with her project.
The rap CEO recently appeared on the 'Expert Opinion,' podcast with Math Hoffa, and hinted that the singer could drop her album whenever she feels ready.
In the interview, he claimed he was responsible for holding one of SZA's singles, 'Hit Different,' back a week from its release, as Ty Dolla Sign, who is on the hook, wanted to release some music in the same timeframe.
The TDE man said there is no beef between he and SZA and gave the impression that the artist could release her new album when she felt it was the right time.