Atlanta-based singer/songwriter Summer Walker arrived on the scene in 2018 with her emotive 4x Platinum single "Girls Need Love,” off her project, “Last Day of Summer.” The song became an instant success, going 4x Platinum and earning the remix treatment from music icon, Drake. In 2019 she released her debut 2x Platinum album Over It. With a fistful of singles at her disposal, including "Playing Games" (3X Platinum) featuring Bryson Tiller and "Come Thru" (Platinum) with Usher, Walker evolved into a significant player in the R&B circuit by carving out an outstanding effort for the genre. Walker has racked up numerous accolades including two Soul Train Music Awards in 2019 and 2020 for Best New Artist and Album of the Year, respectively. In 2020, she won an iHeart Music Award for Best New R&B Artist and Top R&B Female Artist for Billboard that same year. "Come Thru" and "Playing Games" helped Walker win several ASCAP Awards as well. In 2021, Summer upped the ante with her lauded sophomore album Still Over It. Tacked with starry features from SZA, Ari Lennox, Cardi B, and more, the R&B neophyte landed her first Billboard 200 No. 1 album by 166,000 album-equivalent units. This year, R&B fans rediscovered her debut project with the raw single, “Karma,” shooting the single to #1 at Urban radio and making it certified platinum 5 years after its release.
[ ARTIST COLLECTION ]Summer Walker