Summer Walker announces details of second album ‘Still Over It’

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A new trailer for the album recreates the cover of debut album ‘Over It’

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Summer Walker has announced the details of her second full-length album – ‘Still Over It’ – next month.

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The record, which arrives on November 5, follows the singer’s 2019 debut album “Over It” and EP “Life on Earth,” which came out six months later.

In a new trailer for the album, Walker recreated the album cover of “Over It” in a video featuring City Girls’ JT co-star.

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Watch the trailer for “Still Over It” below:

Reviewing Summer Walker’s Surprise 2020 EP ‘Life on Earth’, Granthshala Wrote: “Where there may be weak, meandering tracks on her previous work, Walker has strengthened here. Her words float above the slow-paced R&B production, mainly handled by London on Da Track and NO1-NOAH His work is mindful and intense, a way of contemplating and being present in the moment.

“Across five tracks, Walker’s lyrics never feel anthemic. Rather, they’re personal, almost as if she’s right there with you. Her words are a balm: comforting advice from an old friend via Zoom call. “

Earlier this year, Summer Walker was among several cast members, including Alicia Keys, Ty Dole$igne, and Mary J. Blige, who formed a campaign to address racial injustice in America within its first 100 days from the Joe Biden administration. Called for commission. To take office

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