SZA revealed that she was over the moon as she spoke to JAY-Z at the 66th Annual Grammy Awards held on February 4, 2024.
As reported by E! News the Kill Bill hit-maker shared that she and the Blueprint rapper had a conversation at the ceremony for which she was “so grateful.”
Reflecting on her admiration for the 2024 Dr. Dre Global Impact Award recipient, she said, "JAY-Z did speak to me. I was so grateful. Those are literally my favorite people, and it's so crazy that I be seeing them in real life."
"JAY-Z means the world to me. I'm a JAY-Z stan so bad," SZA further noted, adding that JAY-Z is her "all-time favorite."
Although the Snooze singer met JAY-Z, she could not meet his wife and 32-time Grammy winning artist, Beyoncé.
She also opened up to the outlet about being nervous to go up to the Say My Name singer for a conversation. "I was scared to go over to Beyoncé," admitted SZA.
"I can't speak unless she wants to speak, in my brain, because I don't want to bother her. She looked so peaceful and beautiful," SZA further noted.
Praising the CUFF IT singer, she continued, "I just admire her. She's a masterclass on poise, grace, artistry, beauty and kindness."
Apart from being starstruck by JAY-Z and Beyoncé, SZA won three awards at the 66th annual Grammy Awards in the categories of urban contemporary album for SOS, best pop duo/group performance with Phoebe Bridgers in the track, Ghosts in the Machine and best R&B song for Snooze.
SZA garnered six other Grammy nominations as well making her the most-nominated artist at the 2024 Grammys.