Earlier this year it was announced that  SZA's debut album, CTRL, would be coming this year—specifically February, but it was pushed back.  After many delays and a mild public back and forth with TDE label head, Anthony Tiffith last year about its release, we finally have a firm date for the much-anticipated project—June 9.

RZA joined in on the announcement, which features a video with SZA in front of a bunch of old computer monitors on a small, grassy hill, stretching and being all Matrix-like.

“I’m zoning in with my homegirl, SZA—Self Savior, Zig-Zag-Zig Allah," he says. "Yeah, I think you can take that far, Mama. Ya know what I mean? Cut loose the drama, no melodrama. Rise to the top, claim ya karma. And it’s my honor to drop this lesson, it’s my honor to give this blessing.”

The project follows SZA's steamy collaboration with Travis Scott for "Love Galore."  It will be available June 9. Check out the announcement via Instagram below.