After multiple delays and plenty of controversy, SZA's debut album appears to finally be on course for a 2017 release—and now we're getting exciting bits and pieces of new material.

Performing in front of a small crowd at Neueouse in New York City, SZA ran through a few new songs and the clear highlight was a collaboration with Travis Scott.

A review of the show published by Billboard reveals that the song is called "Love Galore" and it features Travis Scott playing "the male counterpart in her love story [while he] sings of future baby plans."

Addressing the crowd, she acknowledged the album delays head on, saying, "My name is SZA. I've been taking long as fuck to make an album.”

With speculation that this will be her final album, the anticipation for this project is building quickly. "I’ll probably just do something different, something visual, probably film,” she told Complex in November. “I’m really frustrated, and I’m kind of over it. I have a lot of anxiety and there’s a lot going on in my life.”

Watch clips from the evening above and below.

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