SZA proves she’s all that, covers Sixpence None the Richer’s “Kiss Me” at III Points: Watch

As she told the Miami crowd, "I really wish it was ‘98 right now!"

SZA, III Points, Miami, Kaela Roffman

Despite a very future-leaning weekend at III Points Festival, Miami was given a quick gasp of the ’90s, thanks to SZA. On Saturday night, the Oscar-nominated and CoSigned singer waxed nostalgic to the days of She’s All That by covering Sixpence None the Richer’s 1998 rom-com hit “Kiss Me”.

“That song makes me happy as fuck and I really wish it was ‘98 right now,” she admitted.

Sadly, Rachel Leigh Cook — or Freddie Prinze, Jr., for that matter — weren’t around to help sing along. However, SZA was clearly up for the task, injecting some indelible R&B flavor into the candy-coated alternative jam. Listen below for those extended harmonies followed by the original.

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