SZA Strips Down 'Go Gina' for Soulful Performance in the Woods
With two platinum records and a gold album in tow, SZA refuses to hit the pause button on her flourishing career. On Tuesday (Nov. 21) the burgeoning songstress released a stripped-down version of "Go Gina," a standout cut from her June release CTRL.
In addition to the acoustic version, SZA provides an earthy visual with the Vevo Lift-produced clip, which finds her singing the slow-burning rendition of "Go Gina" amidst forest greenery. With just a bass player by her side, SZA's unruffled vocals thrive, as she glides through the performance effortlessly.
As she continues to sing throughout the woods, she finds herself in front of a mirror, creating a surreal affect as she faces her own reflection. Unfazed, SZA floats through the rest of the song with relative ease.
Check out her acoustic video for "Go Gina" below.