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SZA Makes History as “S.O.S” Achieves Over a Year in Billboard 200’s Top 10

Celebrate SZA's historic achievement as her album "S.O.S" spends over a year in the Billboard 200's Top 10, becoming the first by a black female artist to do so.
Words by Madeline Walton
Photo from Sza’s official Instagram page @sza, with no intended copyright infringement

In a groundbreaking achievement, SZA’s critically acclaimed album “S.O.S” has officially become the first album by a black female artist in history to spend over a full year in the Top 10 of the Billboard 200 chart.

The accomplishment highlights the immense impact and enduring popularity of SZA’s music.

Since its release, “S.O.S” has captivated listeners with its soulful melodies, introspective lyrics, and captivating storytelling.

The album’s success can be attributed not only to SZA’s incredible talent as a singer and songwriter but also to its universal appeal and the profound connection it has made with fans around the world.

The Billboard 200 chart, which ranks the most popular albums in the United States based on sales, streams, and radio airplay, is a significant indicator of an artist’s commercial success and cultural impact.

SZA’s achievement of spending over a year in the Top 10 is a testament to the album’s enduring popularity and the unwavering support of her dedicated fanbase.

As news of this historic milestone spreads, fans and music enthusiasts alike are celebrating SZA’s accomplishment and the barriers she has broken.

The significance of this achievement extends beyond the music industry, inspiring and empowering aspiring black female artists to pursue their dreams and make their mark on the world.

“S.O.S” continues to resonate with listeners worldwide, and its impact shows no signs of waning. SZA’s unique blend of R&B, neo-soul, and contemporary soundscapes has cemented her status as a trailblazer in the music industry.

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