SZA's medical condition takes a turn for the better.
At the end of last month, it was revealed that SZA would be temporarily removed form the Top Dawg Entertainment Championship Tour after sustaining a vocal injury. "I have to take SZA off for a few days on the tour," wrote label honcho Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith. "Her vocal cords are swollen and she has to rest her voice to prevent any permanent damage."
A week later, SZA would announce that after a performance in New York City, her vocals suffered permanent damage. Top Dawg soon reassured the masses that TDE’s resident songstress would be fine after all and it looks like, he’s lived up to the promise as SZA is set to return to the stage during the Firefly Festival in Delaware.
SZA confirmed the news in a series of tweets, thanking fans and the doctors and medical teams that helped get her vocals back on track. “I’m blessed to say my voice is not permanently damaged and i’ve been working daily to get back. Slowly but surely,” she wrote. “Today we give it a go and hit the stage at firefly ...see u at 8.”
While the Championship Tour is over, concluding its run Saturday in Pittsburgh, Sunday’s performance at Firefly will mark the first steps in seeing SZA back in action and hopefully not having to put her career on hold.