The singer performed her hit songs before taking the stage to accept the trophy for best R&B song
Although the singer, 34, didn't walk the carpet, she delivered two distinct style moments on stage.
After an intro about the meaning behind her No. 1 LP, the Top Dawg Entertainment singer hit the stage in a leather trench coat, a black sleeveless top, cargo pants and a wide-brim hat as she sang for the crowd at Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles.
For the performance, SZA was surrounded by flames, trash cans and stage lights as she opened with "Snooze," before removing the jacket and hat and launching into "Kill Bill.
After her literal fire performance, she went backstage to quickly slip into a high-neck Do Long dress with bejeweled accents, which almost made her late in accepting her award for best R&B song. As presenter Lizzo announced "Snooze" the winner, the audience was left waiting before SZA rushed onto the stage to accept her trophy.
"Sorry I'm out of breath because I was changing then I took a shot and I ran here," she said as she ran on stage.
According to the brand's Instagram, SZA's Do Long gown was inspired by the statue of Venus de Milo and featured the "art of fabric printing and elaborate applique techniques."
She also took to Instagram to share yet another look from her night — a dramatic black velvet gown with a structured embellished neckline and long train — which she styled with sheer gloves.
"Thank you to @recordingacademy for having me and for allowing me the insane honor to be apart of tonight’s show ," she captioned the image.
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The success of SZA's 21-track sophomore album, SOS, earned her nine nods, including album, record and song of the year, making her the most-nominated artist of the night. In addition to taking home a win for the R&B category, the singer and Phoebe Bridgers scored another award for their song, "Ghost in the Machine."
Ahead of the record's release in December 2022 (the same year she won her first Grammy alongside Doja Cat), SZA opened up to PEOPLE about its storytelling, sharing: "The sound is a little bit of literally everything. It's a little angry as an overview, but some of it is really beautiful and soft and heartfelt. It's about heartbreak, it's about being lost, it's about being pissed."
A year later, after promoting the release on the road on her first-ever arena tour, the "Snooze" hitmaker celebrated the album's anniversary on Instagram, calling it a body of work "that is ACTIVELY CHANGING MY LIFE."
Even though the singer-songwriter is still relishing in the success of SOS, she's also begun teasing her next project, Lana. Shortly after making her anniversary post on Instagram, SZA shared six variations of album artwork for the upcoming, undated release.
The star first announced Lana at a special Brooklyn concert in September, explaining to the audience at the time that she had plans to release a deluxe version of SOS with upwards of seven to 10 new songs.
See PEOPLE's full coverage of the 66th annual Grammy Awards as they're broadcasting live on CBS and Paramount+ on Feb. 4 from the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles.
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