Miley Cyrus recently congratulated SZA on her first No. 1 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart with her single “Kill Bill.” Cyrus conveyed her excitement for the Grammy victor on Twitter.
She wrote, “Congrats to SZA for going #1 on Billboard’s Hot 100, Adore you!” Before this year, Cyrus’ sensational song “Flowers” spent eight non-consecutive weeks at No. 1.
Luminate’s study reports one trillion global music streams on March 31st, with Cyrus’ hit contributing 1.16 billion.
“Flowers” is a single from her most delinquent album, “Endless Summer Vacation,” released on January 12. SZA, on the other hand, released her second studio album, “SOS,” in December 2021, just days before appearing on the Rolling Stone Music Now podcast.
SZA Expressed Disbelief At Seeing Her Record Top The Charts
During the interview, SZA expressed disbelief at seeing her record top the charts and make her Spotify’s No. 1 artist globally.
She admitted that she felt uneasy before its release but was resolved to get it over with. In another interview, SZA mentioned that the album reflects emotions, including heartbreak and loss or anger.
In summary, Cyrus congratulated SZA on her recent No. 1 hit, while Luminate’s study highlighted the success of Cyrus’ own chart-topping hit “Flowers.” Meanwhile, SZA expressed her disbelief at the success of her latest album, which reflects a mix of emotions.