SZA is set to have a big 2017, announcing her new album CTRL is finally on the way soon and dropping off the sultry new single, "Drew Barrymore."

While 2016 was a little rocky for the TDE singer—at one point she said she was quitting music after bumping heads with TDE label head, Anthony Tiffith— this year she seems to be back on track.

"Drew Barrymore" features SZA's signature sensual vocals and even more her superior writing skills, as she rawly sings about craving an admittedly broken relationship.

"I get so lonely I forget what I'm worth/We get so lonely we pretend that this works/I'm so ashamed of myself think I need therapy/I'm sorry I'm not more attractive/I'm sorry I'm not more ladylike," she sings. "I'm sorry I don't shave my legs at nightI'm sorry I'm not your baby mama/I'm sorry you got karma comin' to you/Collect and soak it in right."

SZA's new album CTRL, which she announced when she appeared on Jimmy Kimmel last night, will be her first full-length release since 2014's Z. Take a listen to "Drew Barrymore" below.

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