SZA, may've lost out to Alessia Cara for Best New Artist (much to the chagrin of her die-hard fans), but she aptly demonstrated exactly why she was up for five awards at the Grammys with a dazzling performance of "Broken Clocks," which she's said is a personal favorite.

Her debut album, CTRL, has raked in the accolades, including Album of the Year from Time Magazine, and SZA's showings on the nighttime talk show circuit have been impressive, as was her show tonight, as she delivered an energized performance in front of a Matrix-esque backdrop.

"Broken Clocks" is a proper introduction to the raw honesty of the album, the introspective musings on love and relationships that have drawn listeners to her sound, declaring it an ode to their own lives.

Introduced by Eve and Shemar Moore, SZA rocked the crowd, no doubt gaining a new swarm of listeners in the process.

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