Coming this holiday?
Over the summer at Governors Ball in NYC, Mark Ronson mysteriously played a track that featured vocals from SZA. Well soon after, the veteran producer revealed it was one of eight songs he had recorded with Tame Impala. This weekend, the she sat-down with the Los Angeles Times to address why people can’t really categorize her music – in comparison to be called an R&B or pop act.
However, before the conversation ended, she confirmed that she was working on a new project with both Ronson and front-man, Kevin Parker. She went to say, “People grapple with labeling me as hip-hop, R&B or pop, and it’s interesting to me. I’m just making music. I listen to Stevie Nicks.
I love classical jazz. I love folk. I love rap. I love Modest Mouse. I’m making an album with Tame Impala and Mark Ronson. When you try to label it, you remove the option for it to be limitless. It diminishes the music.” It’s unclear if the collaborative project will arrive before the end of the year, but we’re intrigued to hear what kind of content the three have in the works.
Take a look at the video preview below from the previously mentioned set.