While headlining the Splendour in the Grass festival in Byron Bay, Australia over the weekend, SZA unleashed a cover of American pop rock group Wheatus’ classic track, “Teenage Dirtbag.” The song served as the debut single from the band and the lead cut from their eponymous debut album. It was released in July 2000.
SZA performing her rendition of “Teenage Dirtbag” by Wheatus. pic.twitter.com/n38RA3YzQ4
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“Teenage Dirtbag” joins a number of other covers performed by SZA in recent months, as she quite often shares renditions of various ’90s hits, including Sixpence None The Richer’s “Kiss Me.”
Fans of the TDE songstress are no doubt eagerly awaiting a new project as it’s been more than two years since she released her debut studio album, Ctrl. Most recently, however, SZA collaborated with Travis Scott and The Weeknd on “Power Is Power” for Game of Thrones.