Doja Cat and S.Z.A. have once again worked together to make a new version of the song “Kill Bill.”
Just before the song came out, they gave hints about the collaboration on Twitter. Doja told S.Z.A. that she had “done something bad.”
Doja was supposed to be on the original version of “Shirt” from S.Z.A.’s album S.O.S., but she had to have an emergency tonsillectomy, so it didn’t work out.
Despite miscommunication between their management teams, S.Z.A. holds a deep admiration for Doja’s artistry and looks forward to future collaborations. “There was a crossfire between, I think, her management and my management, and they had told us it was done, but it wasn’t actually done,” S.Z.A. told H.O.T. 97.
“It was just a lot of confusion,” she said next, “but I don’t know. I hope for the best, and I’m still, like, a major fan of her and her artistry. And I think she’s so incredible and I would love to get her on the deluxe version.”
The Grammy-winning hit song “Kiss Me More” was a successful collaboration between two musicians, earning them nominations for record of the year and song of the year in addition to winning best pop duo/group performance.