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It appears SZA has made more than just one song with Mark Ronson and Tame Impala's Kevin Parker.

While discussing her wide-ranging musical influences, the singer casually confirmed in a new interview with The Los Angeles Times she is working on a full project with the two musicians, who teased an audio preview of a SZA collaboration during their joint DJ set at Governors Ball Music Festival back in June.

"People grapple with labeling me as hip-hop, R&B or pop, and it’s interesting to me. I'm just making music," she said. "I listen to Stevie Nicks. I love classical jazz. I love folk. I love rap. I love Modest Mouse. I'm making an album with Tame Impala and Mark Ronson. When you try to label it, you remove the option for it to be limitless. It diminishes the music."

As we had previously mentioned, the song Ronson and Parker previewed was said to be one of about eight tracks they had in the works together; however, it wasn't known at the time that SZA actually contributed to more than one of those songs.

SZA's own new album Ctrl arrived in June and is widely considered one of this year's best. Last month, her single "Love Galore," featuring Travis Scott, became her first platinum single.