SZA may be working on new music with Mark Ronson and Tame Impala but the love off her last album Ctrl is still going strong.

In the singer's latest video treatment she sings an acoustic version of her beloved (and slightly underrated) track, "Go Gina." The video sees SZA in a moody forest setting, barefoot, dressed in white with nothing but a guitar and her voice. The visuals have a cool twist since a mirror is planted in the setting, giving a cool reflection effect of her performance. 

Another video to look forward with SZA is for the song "Doves In The Wind" featuring Kendrick LamarAs we posted not too long ago, SZA shared photos of her and Kenny on set somewhere in the desert with beloved video director, Nabil Elderkin. Out of all the songs on Ctrl it comes as no surprise that the Kendrick assisted song will be the next to get a video since SZA has only gushed on Kendrick and his talents.

"...I watched [Kendrick's] process -- he’s a true, genuine genius. Dot doesn’t play any instruments, but he designed and ­produced his whole album. From scratch. Like... it’s too much. It’s too incredible. I’ve never witnessed anyone do that, except for maybe Frank [Ocean]. It’s past due. He’s the most inspiring person I’ve ever met in my entire life," she told Billboard. "He somehow manages to be an ­activist with a platinum album. It’s very rare. Nina Simone talked about [this], the ­responsibility that we all have as artists to reflect the time, and I always feel like I don’t know what the fuck I’m going to do to reflect it. But Kendrick, I don’t know that he’s thinking about what he can do -- I think he’s just being it. It's coming out of his pores."