Clocking in at 20 tracks with features from JT, SZA, Ari Lennox, Pharrell, Omarion and Ciara, Summer croons over bedroom-ready instrumentals with tastefully-placed collaborations — allowing for some variety but doesn’t overtake her own efforts. Summer sounds more in season than ever before, as Still Over It has much more to offer than her previous projects — existing at the pinnacle of Walker’s sound for years to come.
Summer is a SUPERSTAR 🤩📈— Our Generation Music (@OGMusicCo) November 10, 2021
Her sophomore effort #StillOverIt is No. 1 everywhere, as the 20-track project is now the biggest R&B Album debut EVER on Apple Music. #OGM
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Simply put, Still Over It is a smash-hit. Earning her first Billboard No. 1 album, Summer achieved the biggest R&B debut ever on Apple Music along with her immense commercial success, selling 177K first-week units. This is a leap from its 2019 predecessor Over It, as her debut sold 134K first-week units and peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard 200.
Summer Walker sold 177k 1st week with Still Over It (via HitsDD) and she will debut at No. 1 on the BB200!— Hip Hop By The Numbers (@HipHopNumbers) November 12, 2021
Her first ever No. 1 on the Billboard 200
Congratulations Summer Walker on having the commercial success that matches such a brilliant record 👏
In just 24 hours, all 20 tracks from her latest set occupy the No. 1-22 spots on the platform. “No Love,” her collaboration with SZA, also tops Apple Music’s domestic and global Top 100 charts, as the project is the biggest debut by any female R&B artist since Beyoncé’s Lemonade — on pace to break Bey’s all-time streaming record.
Three weeks ago, Summer gave fans a taste of what was in store for her album with “Ex For A Reason” featuring JT from the City Girls. This single proved to be one of the most high-energy songs off of Still Over It. The track’s riveting visual had the duo and their friends showing out as their lovers did them dirty.
Check out Summer Walker’s new album ‘Still Over It’ below!