Lizzo and SZA just released a new track together. The song is entitled Coochie, and it’s going viral on Black Twitter.
While some like the track, others are upset that the two popular artists seem to be pushing vulgar imagery and lyrics on young impressionable Black girls, Media Take Out has learned.
Here;’s a sample of the track:
In the song, Lizzo raps, “Since n***as seem to know a lot, tell me where’s the g-spot.”
“Ni***s y’all be f***ing up, b**tches we’re just trying to nut,” the popular pop singer tells her fans.
Black Twitter is reacting negatively for the graphic song, Media Take Out has learned. Here’s a sample of what is being said:
Lizzo attained mainstream success with the release of her third studio album, Cuz I Love You (2019), which peaked at number four on the US Billboard 200. The album spawned the singles “Juice” and “Tempo”. The deluxe version of the album included Lizzo’s 2017 single “Truth Hurts” which became a viral sleeper hit two years after its initial release. It topped the US Billboard Hot 100, and became the longest-leading solo song by a female rapper. Around this time, her 2016 single “Good as Hell” also climbed the charts, reaching the top ten on the Billboard Hot 100 and UK Singles Chart. Lizzo received eight nominations at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards, the most for any artist that year, including nominations for each of the “Big Four” categories; and eventually won the awards for Best Urban Contemporary Album, Best Pop Solo Performance for “Truth Hurts”, and Best Traditional R&B Performance for the song “Jerome”.
Aside from singing and rapping, Lizzo has also worked as an actor: she served as a voice actor in the animated film UglyDolls (2019) and appeared in the crime comedy-drama film Hustlers (2019). She is also the host of the Amazon Prime Video reality television series Lizzo’s Watch Out for the Big Grrrls, for which she won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Competition Program. In 2019, Time named Lizzo as “Entertainer of the Year” for her meteoric rise and contributions to music. In addition to her four Grammy Awards, she has also won a Billboard Music Award, a BET Award, and two Soul Train Music Awards.