SZA Slams Grammys as a 'Thirsty, Dark Space' in Candid Interview

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In an exclusive interview with Rolling Stone, Grammy-winning artist SZA didn't hold back her thoughts on the prestigious music award show.

The "Kill Bill" singer criticized the Grammys, calling the ceremony a "thirsty, dark space" and emphasizing that it is far from normal.

SZA expressed her disdain, stating, "I hate that [people] be acting like this [behavior] is normal, and nobody talks about it at all." She went on to describe the Grammy room as one of the weirdest places she has ever been, highlighting the intense desire for recognition and validation among attendees.

According to the 33-year-old artist, the room is filled with individuals striving for acknowledgment, wanting to feel valuable, and yearning for validation. Despite acknowledging the importance of the event, she emphasized that there is something unsettling about the atmosphere.

During the interview, SZA also touched upon her past relationship with rapper Drake, describing it as youthful and not "hot and heavy."

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