SZA Is Making a ‘Kill’-ing on Pop Radio, Drawing Praise for Her ‘Creativity and Storytelling’

Like her character in “Kill Bill,” the real-life SZA is sizing up the competition on pop radio and taking action.

The singer-songwriter sports two tracks from her new album, SOS, on Billboard’s mainstream top 40-based Pop Airplay chart (dated Jan. 21), led by “Kill Bill,” which soars in at No. 24, up 865% to 2,257 plays on 129 reporting stations (or, an average of 18 plays per panelist) Jan. 6-12, according to Luminate.

Meanwhile, SZA’s “Nobody Gets Me” pushes 37-30 on Pop Airplay, up 115% to 1,632 plays on 107 reporters (a 15 plays-per-station average) in its third week on the list. The tracks claim the

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