SZA was spotted en route to a private Grammys afterparty on Sunday evening, after she won three awards.
The 34-year-old singer-songwriter — whose fans claim she was robbed by the awards show — wore a matte black raincoat and open-toe high heels.
She braved the inclement Los Angeles weather as she was escorted by a man in a green suit who held an umbrella over her.
Despite it being nighttime, the songstress donned a pair of narrow, sporty, metallic silver sunglasses.
Long and voluminous red-tinted curls flowed around her face and over her shoulders as she smiled while carrying a black, box-shaped handbag.
SZA, born Solána Imani Rowe, flashed a white pedicure and henna tattoos on her feet.
Her fingernails were also painted white, and she wore a lacy white top that was slightly visible underneath her outerwear.
She wore a pearl choker with a cross pendant, multiple rings, and she was seen carrying her phone as she did when she took the stage to accept her win.
Chris Brown was headed to the same exclusive post-Grammy bash.
The 34-year-old hitmaker was typically stylist in a quilted light gray jacket, plus matching trousers and loafers.
He wore a dark gray shirt underneath his outer layer and complemented the look with a fuzzy black hat.
The Virginia-bred singer and dancer shielded his eyes in a pair of black, oval-shaped sunglasses.
The father-of-two wore a watch and a flashy gold necklace.
DC-bred rapper Wale was among the stars who celebrated after the annual awards show.
He stepped out in a black suit, which included a single-button blazer and bell-bottom pants.
The 39-year-old hip-hop star, born Olubowale Victor Akintimehin, added silver pointy toe boots.
He wore a button-up black shirt underneath the suit, and his locked hair was styled in two thick braids that hung on either side of his face.
Wale sported a full beard and flashed a peace sign as he headed to party with his peers.
SZA fans claimed she should have won the Album of the Year award instead of Taylor Swift.
Taking to X, her die-hard supporters insisted she was robbed of the accolade, with one writing, ‘sza snubbed for album of the year #GRAMMYS,’ while someone else added, ‘SZA got robbed omfg.’
SZA was the most nominated artist at this year’s show, with nine nods.
She won Best R&B Song for her hit Snooze, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance with Phoebe Bridgers for Ghost in the Machine, as well as Best Progressive R&B Album for SOS.