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The 29-year-old SZA has been fighting depression and anxiety for some time now. She and many others are being vocal about this issue. Not only is this helping the people who have been suffering to get the treatment they need, but it’s also giving hope to people that they are not alone.
Many celebrities in the past years have come forward with their mental health issues like Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato, Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, and now, SZA.
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A look through SZA’s career
The 29-year-old singer and songwriter is a talented one. But her career has gone through some ups and downs in the past. She delayed the release of her album “Ctrl” for two years because of anxiety and the thought of sharing her music. However, her album was No. 3 on the Billboard charts in 2018 and was the most-nominated female performer in the Grammys. Later, her vocal cords swelled and she had to step back to get back in form.
During this time she contemplated retiring officially many times and said her next album “WWW.” would be her last. But she has always managed to make it back into the limelight. Reports claim that her new album is coming out in 2020 and that everything looks good so far.
Stepping back again?
The Broken Clocks singer, Megan Thee Stallion, and Normani were photographed on January 28, 2020, for the March issue of Rolling Stone. On February 20, 2020, the magazine posted on Twitter the cover of its WomenShapingTheFuture issue. Two hours later, SZA posted a tweet:
Fans are thinking that it has got to do something with the cover. However, she is cool with her fellow Queens as she posted sometime later:
On February 20, 2020, the All The Stars singer talked some more about her constant battle with anxiety and depression. People could be very mean at times which led her to defend herself and other celebrities going through the same.
When questioned about her anxiety, the Good Days singer highlighted the fact that celebrities have always been a victim of depression and anxiety.