Summer Walker

Summer Walker is known as an American singer-songwriter. She is most famous for her mixtape, Last Day of Summer.

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Background and Age

Summer Marjani Walker was born on April 11, 1996, in Atlanta, Georgia. Her father is from London, England. Summer's music motivation include Jimi Hendrix, Amy Winehouse, and Erykah Badu. She went to North Springs High School for her teenage education.


Summer Walker doesn't care for doing interviews about her love life but she has said that she enjoys hood guys and that she has a beau whose moniker is G1-WOP. In March 2019, she posted a video on her Instagram showing the blessings that she got from her darling and expressing gratitude toward him.

Career and Net Worth

Summer released her introduction studio album collection Last Day of Summer, upheld by her lead single "Girls Need Love. When the hit "Girls Need Love" got the Drake remix boost, the 23-year-old burst into the music scene. The sultry melody produced by Arsenio Archer would keep on accomplishing a No. 37 top on the Billboard Hot 100. She went on tour with 6LACK on the From East Atlanta With Love Tour. She then released her first EP titled CLEAR, comprising of four tracks of acoustic chronicles, and added a remix to her tune.

Following the accomplishment of her debut collection, Apple Music named Summer Walker as its most recent Up Next artist in 2019 and she became Apple Music's # 8 R&B artist around the world. In an episode of Genius' "The Cosign" series on YouTube in which current artists who have been in the business have the chance to watch recordings of more up to date artists, artist, and producer The-Dream went with Walker as his co-underwriter. He said what caught his consideration about Summer was that he thinks she is the future.

Summer Walker has declared the arrival of her second collection OVER IT by means of LVRN/Interscope Records in late 2019. It was the follow-up to her four-track CLEAR EP and Last Day of Summer. She used Instagram to promote her new album which included post went on a mirror with a video of Walker writing "OVER IT."

In November 2019, it was announced that Summer Walker dropped two dozen of her U.S. tour dates, saying that she is attempting to deal with her social anxiety that increased during her tour. The move comes after fans scrutinized the R&B singer for not embracing them during the meet and greets.

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Last Modified: Aug 18 2020
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