SZA’s Chart Topping ‘SOS’ Album Spends 7th Consecutive Week At #1


SZA’s Chart Topping ‘SOS’ Album Spends 7th Consecutive Week At #1

R&B songstress SZA continues to be a chart topping queen!

According to reports, the “Shirt” singer has much to be proud of as her sophomore album “SOS” continues to sit #1 on the Billboard charts for its seventh week in a row.

Since its December debut, the album by SZA, born Solána Imani Rowe, 33, has been a smash hit. Along with buzz worthy tunes such as the record “Kill Bill” – who’s video had a guest appearance from its movie inspiration star Vivica A. Fox, “SOS” has reportedly been streamed over 1.4 billion times. Additionally, the album is reportedly the first by a woman to sit seven weeks at the top since Taylor Swift’s “Folklore”, which reportedly “achieved eight over a span of 13 weeks in 2020”.

Following the project’s success, SZA revealed that she initially underestimated how well the album would be received. “SOS’ came after the Top Dog Entertainment artist took a 5 year hiatus. During a promotional interview, the grammy award winning singer stated:

“I never thought in a million years that people would like it.”



“My dad’s visiting right now, with my mom. Everybody came down to make sure I didn’t lose my mind if the album went bad once it came out. And now we’re just hanging out, ’cause it didn’t go badly!”

The singer has been celebrating all of the albums success since its release, making sure to thank supporters along the way. After “SOS” spent it’s fourth week at #1, SZA took to instagram writing:

“I don’t have sh*t to say but thank you to God my ancestors my family my team and ALL OF YOU THAT RIDE FOR ME ! ESPECIALLY CAMP!! Y’all my family too we have so much more to come”

Reportedly, just this week alone “SOS” has amassed the equivalent of 111,000 sales in the U.S. and totaled 149 million streams. The project is poised to potentially spend another week atop the charts.


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Authored by: Kay Johnson