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R&B - Released October 4, 2019 | LVRN - Interscope Records

Last Day of Summer, Summer Walker's debut mixtape, charmed with its immediacy, spontaneity, and unguarded approach to songwriting. The follow-up, classified as a true album, is more thought-through and sounds more honed -- all ballads and slow jams, driven production-wise by London on Da Track instead of the still-on-board Arsenio Archer -- but there's no confusing it with the work of anyone but the same artist who broke through with "Girls Need Love." Walker remains more than adept enough as a lyricist and vocalist to distinguish herself over bleary trap-styled productions -- not a minor feat in 2019. She does it to best effect on "Me," seductive and threatening at once, just above a whisper: "I would never shoot you, baby/Maybe just wave it around, all in your face." This also features another one of Walker's bare self-recordings, with her anguished voice accompanied only by a guitar with strings struck just enough to serve as a kind of punctuation. Like earlier reputation-making cuts "Session 32," "Just Like Me," and "Riot," "Fun Girl" contains some of her frankest lyrics and rawest emotion: "Love who I want and fuck who I choose to/Don't take no shit and won't be used." The only negative development here is the featured appearances. Smartly chosen but too common, they tend to get in the way. © Andy Kellman /TiVo
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R&B - Released November 20, 2020 | LVRN - Interscope Records

Last Day of Summer, Summer Walker's debut mixtape, charmed with its immediacy, spontaneity, and unguarded approach to songwriting. The follow-up, classified as a true album, is more thought-through and sounds more honed -- all ballads and slow jams, driven production-wise by London on Da Track instead of the still-on-board Arsenio Archer -- but there's no confusing it with the work of anyone but the same artist who broke through with "Girls Need Love." Walker remains more than adept enough as a lyricist and vocalist to distinguish herself over bleary trap-styled productions -- not a minor feat in 2019. She does it to best effect on "Me," seductive and threatening at once, just above a whisper: "I would never shoot you, baby/Maybe just wave it around, all in your face." This also features another one of Walker's bare self-recordings, with her anguished voice accompanied only by a guitar with strings struck just enough to serve as a kind of punctuation. Like earlier reputation-making cuts "Session 32," "Just Like Me," and "Riot," "Fun Girl" contains some of her frankest lyrics and rawest emotion: "Love who I want and fuck who I choose to/Don't take no shit and won't be used." The only negative development here is the featured appearances. Smartly chosen but too common, they tend to get in the way. © Andy Kellman /TiVo
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R&B - Released July 10, 2020 | LVRN - Interscope Records

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R&B - Released October 19, 2018 | LVRN - Interscope Records

The debut full-length album from Summer Walker, 2018's Last Day of Summer showcases the Atlanta singer/songwriter's sultry, deeply atmospheric R&B. Largely self-produced in her bedroom studio, Last Day of Summer is an intoxicating listen featuring Walker's dusky, lyrical vocals. These are slow-burn ballads and bass-rich anthems in which Walker thoughtfully addresses themes of love, sex, and female empowerment. Included on the album are the spotlight tracks "Girls Need Love," "CPR," and "Karma." © Matt Collar /TiVo
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R&B - Released April 5, 2018 | LVRN Records

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R&B - Released October 4, 2019 | LVRN Records

Last Day of Summer, Summer Walker's debut mixtape, charmed with its immediacy, spontaneity, and unguarded approach to songwriting. The follow-up, classified as a true album, is more thought-through and sounds more honed -- all ballads and slow jams, driven production-wise by London on Da Track instead of the still-on-board Arsenio Archer -- but there's no confusing it with the work of anyone but the same artist who broke through with "Girls Need Love." Walker remains more than adept enough as a lyricist and vocalist to distinguish herself over bleary trap-styled productions -- not a minor feat in 2019. She does it to best effect on "Me," seductive and threatening at once, just above a whisper: "I would never shoot you, baby/Maybe just wave it around, all in your face." This also features another one of Walker's bare self-recordings, with her anguished voice accompanied only by a guitar with strings struck just enough to serve as a kind of punctuation. Like earlier reputation-making cuts "Session 32," "Just Like Me," and "Riot," "Fun Girl" contains some of her frankest lyrics and rawest emotion: "Love who I want and fuck who I choose to/Don't take no shit and won't be used." The only negative development here is the featured appearances. Smartly chosen but too common, they tend to get in the way. © Andy Kellman /TiVo
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R&B - Released July 10, 2020 | LVRN - Interscope Records

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R&B - Released January 25, 2019 | LVRN Records

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R&B - Released July 10, 2020 | LVRN - Interscope Records

Having released the sugary "Something Real" and been featured on an album's worth of tracks by 21 Savage ("Secret"), Khalid ("Eleven"), Trey Songz ("Back Home"), and a host of others, Summer Walker continues her post-Over It work with the five-track Life on Earth. Unlike her previous EP, the low-key Clear, this feels more pieced together and is more collaborative. Walker duets with NO1-NOAH on "SWV" and "White Tee," a pair of slow jams filled with mellow dirty talk, while she's joined again by PartyNextDoor on the comparatively tense and reflective "My Affection." The acoustic guitar is back out for the opening and closing songs, solo trap-soul ballads that could be out of sequence, expressing regret and derision in "Let It Go" and finishing with "Deeper," where Walker gives in to temptation. Life on Earth increases the anticipation for the artist's second album without diluting what has preceded it. © Andy Kellman /TiVo
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R&B - Released November 22, 2019 | LVRN Records

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R&B - Released November 22, 2019 | LVRN Records

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R&B - Released October 19, 2018 | LVRN - Interscope Records

The debut full-length album from Summer Walker, 2018's Last Day of Summer showcases the Atlanta singer/songwriter's sultry, deeply atmospheric R&B. Largely self-produced in her bedroom studio, Last Day of Summer is an intoxicating listen featuring Walker's dusky, lyrical vocals. These are slow-burn ballads and bass-rich anthems in which Walker thoughtfully addresses themes of love, sex, and female empowerment. Included on the album are the spotlight tracks "Girls Need Love," "CPR," and "Karma." © Matt Collar /TiVo
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R&B - Released November 22, 2019 | LVRN Records

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R&B - Released November 22, 2019 | LVRN Records

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R&B - Released January 25, 2019 | LVRN Records

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R&B - Released July 10, 2020 | LVRN - Interscope Records

Having released the sugary "Something Real" and been featured on an album's worth of tracks by 21 Savage ("Secret"), Khalid ("Eleven"), Trey Songz ("Back Home"), and a host of others, Summer Walker continues her post-Over It work with the five-track Life on Earth. Unlike her previous EP, the low-key Clear, this feels more pieced together and is more collaborative. Walker duets with NO1-NOAH on "SWV" and "White Tee," a pair of slow jams filled with mellow dirty talk, while she's joined again by PartyNextDoor on the comparatively tense and reflective "My Affection." The acoustic guitar is back out for the opening and closing songs, solo trap-soul ballads that could be out of sequence, expressing regret and derision in "Let It Go" and finishing with "Deeper," where Walker gives in to temptation. Life on Earth increases the anticipation for the artist's second album without diluting what has preceded it. © Andy Kellman /TiVo