SZA is not done with promoting her Grammy-nominated album Ctrl just yet. The Top Dawg Entertainment artist has announced that she is releasing a deluxe edition of her celebrated project. But there’s more.

On Twitter, a fan asked SZA if she could dropped the unreleased verse from “Love Galore.” The 27-year-old singer responded by informing the fan that there are “about 6 bonus tracks so far” on the deluxe edition, but there’s “room ta add.”

SZA has hinted on several different occasions that a deluxe edition of Ctrl was in the works, but now it looks as if it's coming out relatively soon. However, the "Supermodel" singer hasn't officially announced a release date as of yet.

Although SZA didn't win any trophies for Ctrl at the 2018 Grammy Awards, she was humbled by the recognition. In an interview with GQ, the TDE artist says that she's not going to let the loss affect her creative process moving forward.

"Like, I came a really long-ass way. I didn’t imagine this album doing much anyway," she said. "I was so grateful to even have been honored by being nominated and having so many people fuck with my music."

"I didn’t make my album with the Grammys in mind, and I’m definitely not gonna make my second one with the Grammys in mind," she continued. "I’m just gonna make really good fucking music and just try to touch people."

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