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SZA recently revealed that she talks to her fans every day on a "personal level via DMs."
"A lot of them have my personal phone number," the singer divulged.
She also said she thinks that her relationship with fans "is just a gift."
SZA's fans apparently have her personal phone number and they all talk on a daily basis.
"I talk to my fans every day, like, on a personal level via DMs," the "Good Days" singer told Complex. "A lot of them have my personal phone number, and they text me all the time. I have several different group chats with dozens of them in there."
The 30-year-old R&B singer further explained that her fans are involved in her career moves and help her behind the scenes.
"They make emails with me. They go through tons of footage with me. They hear all my stuff first and give me honest opinions. I guess that relationship is just a gift," she added.
Besides her fanbase, the "Kiss Me More" singer also discussed how her manifestations were responsible for her musical endeavors, including a potential collaboration with Tyler, The Creator.
"I feel like my thoughts are really strong and everything that I think about happens, good or bad. So it's scary, because if I'm in a bad mood, and if all of the verbiage coming out of my body, my brain, and my mouth is negative, it just snowballs and gets worse and worse. But a lot of the things I'm thinking about [come true]," she explained.
As an example, SZA shared that once she mentioned Tyler's name aloud and then he called her up that very same day with some new music.
"Like, I was talking about this song that got leaked on the internet yesterday. Well, it didn't get leaked yesterday, but I was talking about it yesterday. It was this Jodie Foster song and it was over an old Tyler, the Creator beat from like 2016," she continued.
"I was talking about it and Tyler called me yesterday to send me new stuff. And I was like, 'That's so random.' Because I spoke his name out loud, talking about that specific record, and then he hit me with a whole bunch of new stuff. And it was really inspiring and cool."
After releasing a flurry of hits this past year, including "Hit Different" and "Good Days," along with her feature on Doja Cat's "Kiss Me More," SZA is now gearing up to perform this summer.
She's scheduled to virtually perform a 50-minute set at Amex Unstaged on Thursday and is also expected to perform at Astroworld, an annual music festival organized by Travis Scott that's held in Houston, Texas in November.
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