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Is SZA Pregnant?
A hearty congratulations to S*xyy Red! The rapper announced the pregnancy of her second child over the weekend. The “SkeeYee” hitmaker posted pictures of her expanding baby bulge on Instagram on Saturday, October 15.
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SZA can be seen bending over and exposing S*xyy Red’s midriff in the first picture. The rapper wrote, “Team boy or team girl,” adding the smiling emoji with hearts surrounding it and tagging SZA.
The noteworthy announcement was made not long after S*xyy Red made her television debut on Tuesday, October 10, at the 2023 BET Hip Hop Awards. The musician, who was born in St. Louis, Missouri, opened the event with DaBaby, Juvenile, and Mannie Fresh before performing a medley of her recent singles.
Although Solána Imani Rowe was reared in Maplewood, New Jersey, she was born in St. Louis, Missouri, on November 8, 1989. Her mother worked as an executive at AT&T, while her father was an executive producer at CNN.
Rowe has an older brother named Daniel, also known as Manhattan, a rapper, and an older half-sister named Panya Jamila. Her father is Muslim, and her mother is Christian. She still practices Islam as it was taught to her growing up.
Every day after her regular schooling, she went to a Muslim prep school. Rowe stopped wearing her hijab in the seventh grade because of bullying brought on by the September 11 attacks.
Rowe participated in cheerleading and gymnastics as well as other sports while attending Columbia High School. Rowe attended three different universities after graduating from high school in 2008 before deciding to study marine biology at Delaware State University.
Ultimately, during her final semester, she left school and started working odd jobs to support herself. Rowe took inspiration from Wu-Tang Clan rapper RZA to create her stage name, Supreme Alphabet. Her name’s initial letter, S, can represent either sovereign or savior, while the final two letters stand for Zig-Zag and Allah.
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During the 2011 CMJ New Music Report, SZA’s boyfriend’s apparel company sponsored an event featuring Kendrick Lamar, which is how she first got to know the members of Top Dawg Entertainment.
Terrence “Punch” Henderson, president of TDE, received some of her early recordings and was taken aback by its caliber. After SZA started making waves with the release of her two EPs, TDE decided to sign her in 2013, making her the label’s first female artist.
The two remained in contact. SZA “stole a bunch of beats off the Internet” to record her early music with her friends and neighbors. SZA self-released her debut EP, See.SZA.Run on October 29, 2012.
Music critics gave SZA’s second EP, S, good reviews when it was released on April 10, 2013. Directed by Lemar & Dauley, SZA released a music video for the song “Ice Moon” to promote the extended play. Top Dawg signed SZA on July 14, 2013.
Along with the Swedish band Little Dragon, SZA embarked on a four-show tour in October 2013, which began on October 17 in Los Angeles’ El Rey Theater and concluded on October 24 at Brooklyn, New York’s Music Hall of Williamsburg.
After SZA’s single “Teen Spirit” was published in December 2013, a remix featuring American rapper 50 Cent and a music video created by APlusFilmz were also released.
2014 saw SZA appear on several tracks from her label-mates projects, including two tracks for Schoolboy Q’s first album, Oxymoron, and two songs for Isaiah Rashad’s debut EP, Cilvia Demo.