Summer Walker came through unexpectedly with her music. I first discovered her music on Apple Music with “CPR” and her voice was so calm and soothing that nobody can’t compare. Since then, she had many more songs to follow up to it. With her recent signage to LVRN label, she is sure to set the record to be the uprising r&b star. When she recently released her project, Last Day of Summer, Walker sets the vibes to where she talks about womanhood, love, and doubt. By displaying her thoughts and feelings to her art and how she has a mysterious side of her.
“Prayed Up” singer is one of the fresh voices, who gracefully, hit the scene for the r&b era. From the project, I know you heard of Wild N’ Out star B. Simone on “Talk Yo Sh*t” Interlude. She is speaking on behalf of some of the ladies that we all don’t want a nice guy, but sometimes we want him to be rough neck as well and take control and see the hints into where it leads to “Girls Need Love.”
With the visual, she gives us a sensual side of the platinum track. Walker is with the all girl-gang at the roller rink as a girls night out is a girls anthem! With her lyrics, it is breaking a stereotype of what women want by saying “Girls Need Love, too!” Walker provided us with a vibe that everyone should get in tuned with the LVRN artist. She was recently on a sold-out tour with the East Atlanta native 6lack and if you went to any stops, you can tell that the “CPR” singer had the whole audience in a trance with her voice. She gives us a delicacy but the music can’t be compared because it is so unique. By her influencers, she gives a creative sound by pertaining to her own sound. She expresses herself through her music with an eccentric soul.
As a surprise to her fans, she has released her latest EP, Clear, that includes four tracks. Peep it below while lighting candles and drinking a glass of wine.
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