SZA Delighted to Share Billboard Chart Accolade with Beyoncé

Credit: SZA/Instagram

SZA, an avid admirer of Beyoncé, expressed her excitement after discovering that they now have a significant achievement in common.

On the Billboard Hot 100 chart dated April 26, SZA achieved her first No.1 song of her career with "Kill Bill (Remix)," a song in collaboration with Doja Cat.

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This success places her in the same category as Beyoncé as the only Black women to have accomplished a No.1 album and a No.1 song in the 2020s.

Credit: SZA/Instagram Story

SZA conveyed her gratitude and admiration for Beyoncé in an Instagram Story post on Thursday, May 5th.

She shared a screenshot of the news and stated that being in the company of the queen was an honor.

Related: SZA's 'Kill Bill' Tops Billboard Hot 100, Thanks Fans for the Success

SZA also expressed her sheer delight in a tweet posted on Tuesday, May 2nd, after her first No.1 song.

It took SZA over a week to process this accomplishment as she had been dreaming of it throughout her career.

She also thanked every person, fan base, and listener who supported her, contributing to the success of "Kill Bill (Remix)" reaching the No.1 spot on the charts.

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