Home Uncategorized SZA Brings a Breezy ‘Normal Girl’ to Virtual Roots Picnic 2020: Watch

SZA Brings a Breezy ‘Normal Girl’ to Virtual Roots Picnic 2020: Watch

SZA took “Normal Girl” out to nature for this year’s Roots Picnic.

The singer delivered a fresh, soothing vocal performance of the CTRL track outdoors for Saturday night’s (June 27) event.

Surrounded by trees and accompanied by just a guitarist, SZA crooned about what it might be like to be the “type of girl you wanna take home to mama” and the “type of girl my daddy, he’d be proud of.”

SZA was part of a packed lineup for the virtual rendition of the Roots Picnic, which kicked off with Michelle Obama urging viewers to take a minute and vote in this year’s elections. The Roots, H.E.R., Roddy Ricch and Kirk Franklin were among the many other performers.

Check out a clip of SZA’s performance below.


— lisa supremacy (@ungodlylisaa) June 28, 2020

Must Read

Lana Del Rey Gets Backlash After Sharing Photos of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip

Lana Del Rey is receiving backlash on social media after showing her admiration for the longtime romance between the UK’s Queen Elizabeth and Prince...

BTS Announces Bang Bang Con 21 Virtual Event

BTS’ Bang Bang Con is returning in 2021. The K-pop band took to social media on Saturday (April 10) to announce Bang Bang Con 21....

Demi Lovato Recalls Comfort of Owning Her Truth in Docuseries: ‘Nothing Anyone Can Say Will Shake Me’

Demi Lovato discussed her intensely personal docuseries Dancing With the Devil on Friday (April 9) with Jimmy Fallon. The series debuted at this year’s virtual...

5 Uplifting Moments in Latin Music This Week (April 10)

From career milestones and new music releases to major announcements and more, Billboard editors highlight the latest news buzz in Latin music every week....

Musicians Who Have Tattoos Dedicated to Their Significant Others

Hollywood relationships might not always be permanent, but tattoos are — unless they’re surgically removed. That hasn’t stopped the biggest musicians — Travis Barker...