SZA Delivers A Tune In Sweet November That Sounds Like An Early ’70s Time Capsule (Audio)

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Top Dawg Entertainment’s SZA is something special. While some of her material sounds especially futuristic, other moments, like today’s “Sweet November” sound like holdover sessions from the late ’60s or early ’70s.

This Z EP inclusion is the latter style, sounding like a catchy love ballad that might sound fine on a hissy and poppy 7″ 45 RPM record. The album arrives next Tuesday, the third TDE release of 2014.

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