There's no such thing as a bad time to hear SZA's "Love Galore," so why not re-enjoy it right now? SZA brought her Travis Scott-featuring Ctrl single to Thursday's Tonight Show, and the performance is absolutely worth the unfortunate inconvenience of having to endure Jimmy Fallon.

Ctrl, SZA's debut, was released through Top Dawg Entertainment and RCA back in June. The album opened at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 and was met with widespread praise from critics. During a recent appearance on Everyday Struggle, SZA elaborated on the meaning behind the album’s title. "It's about analog and being at a time where we were brought information more slowly," SZA said. "Control is a concept, you think about getting away from analog, control is an illusion, you try and force it."

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At the top of the month, SZA announced dates for the Ctrl Tour with support from Smino. The tour kicks off next month in Richmond, Virginia and wraps in St. Louis, Missouri in December. Ravyn Lenae will also be supporting on select dates.

Back in April, SZA and Travis Scott dropped the official "Love Galore" video from director Nabil. Just weeks later, SZA shared the video for "Drew Barrymore." Previous CTRL single "Broken Clocks," meanwhile, has not yet received an official visualization.