SZA Takes Ctrl To Camp…But It Proves To Be No Retreat (Video)

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SZA’s Ctrl album was one of the most critically-acclaimed releases of 2017, and the parade of quality coming from that effort seems to continue marching. Today (March 30), TDE’s First Lady dropped her visual for fourth single “Broken Clocks,” and she’s taking everyone to camp.

Directed by TDE’s regular go-to video director, Dave Meyers, the visual shows SZA attending summer camp before transporting to a strip club. The artful sequence ends with her unconscious in the club’s bathroom.

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“Broken Clocks” is just the latest video drop from SZA. Before that, she released the Solange-directed visual for “The Weekend.” She’s also revealed clips for “Love Galore,” “Drew Barrymore,” and “Supermodel,” and was in the video for the Black Panther lead single “All The Stars,” featuring K-Dot.

Also in the works for SZA is a deluxe edition of Ctrl, which according to her, will include six bonus tracks. It is unclear when that is slated to drop, or possible guests for the St. Louis, Missouri native’s expanded LP.