On Tuesday (January 30), Apple Music shared a short clip of the St. Louis native answering questions by followers. Among the many select-few prompts was an inquiry about her teaming up with the rock group and when to count on it by.
“Quickly! Quickly!” the singer responded. “It’s within the works.”
Try her succinct response under:
Paramore frontwoman Hayley Williams has expressed an curiosity in working with SZA for a while now. Throughout an interview with Rolling Stone final 12 months, she talked about her imaginative and prescient for the crossover.
“I’m such a fan of her voice,” she mentioned about her peer. “And what I really like about her voice is that she will be able to simply slide round style as effectively. Like she has loads of songs all through her catalog that really feel very various to me and really feel just a little bit Strokes-y, in a means. She simply has that factor.”
The 35-year-old added: “She’s like that individual the place I really feel like we may write any sort of track, and it will be cool. I might love to listen to her on one thing that we wrote that’s extra alternative-leaning, simply because I feel it will be fascinating.
“We’ve talked backwards and forwards about it for a very long time. We each get actually caught up in no matter we’re doing in the meanwhile. However I fucking worship her regardless. I simply suppose she’s fantastic.”
Previous to that, Williams made an look on the Black Folks Love Paramore podcast and revealed that she and SZA had been “sending texts weekly” to one another concerning the joint challenge.
“[The album was] actually me checking off targets,” she informed Folks final 12 months. “Simply me desirous to be like, ‘Oh, I can do that. I don’t suck. Is it attainable to realize this particular purpose?’
“And for every of these genres I might textual content individuals like Hayley Williams and be like, ‘Does it sound like I’m attempting to do one thing that I shouldn’t be doing, or does it sound natural? As a result of it felt actually pure to me, however you’re the queen of this, how does it sound to you?’ And he or she’d be like, ‘That is good.’”