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Summer Walker - From the Cleaning Business to Winning in the Music Business


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Summer Walker - Over It

Summer Walker has managed to move from a career in the cleaning business to now filling out concerts whilst her fans sing along to her catchy neo-soul lyrics worldwide. Walker has been making some serious waves within music of late, and the chanteuse is in such great demand, she has now added a third date to her London Shows.

The singer hailing from Atlanta has been creating a buzz in the R'n'B world for the last two years and has finally announced her long-awaited debut album Over It which has been produced by none other than London on da Track. Walker has taken the industry by storm, with one billion streams globally and consistently releasing a string of relatable records, like the smash “Girls Need Love” from her 2018 project, The Last Day of Summer. The titillating remix, featuring rap titan Drake, earned the singer-songwriter her first Billboard Hot 100 entry, and naturally, is included on this new set. The collection also boasts stellar guest turns from fellow Atlanta native, Usher, on “Come Thru” Jhene Aiko on the feisty anthem, “I’ll Kill You” and Bryson Tiller, who hopped on the extended version of the lead single, “Playing Games” which recently cracked the Hot 100. 6LACK, A Boogie wit da Hoodie and PartyNextDoor also appear on the album. Later this month, the 23-year old chanteuse will kick off The First And Last Tour with three shows in London. With her London shows selling out in a matter of minutes, the artist was also forced to add a third date. She will then return stateside for the Mala Luna Music Festival in San Antonio, Texas. The North American leg will stop in New York, Los Angeles, Portland, Chicago, Toronto, Atlanta, and other major markets. Rising Afro-Latina rapper, Melii, has been tapped to open.


Summer Walker’s 'Over It' is now available worldwide on all digital platforms. The First And Last Tour tickets are on sale now at summerwalkermusic.com

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