Summer Walker joins The Weeknd on “Best Friends (Remix)”

Summer Walker joins The Weeknd on “Best Friends (Remix)”
The Dawn FM track gets a rework courtesy of the Atlanta R&B singer.

By David Renshaw

August 05, 2022

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The Weeknd has recruited Summer Walker for a new remix of his Dawn FM track “Best Friends.” Posting on Twitter The Weeknd said R&B singer Walker “fucking CRUSHED it” with her verse. Check out the song below.

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Dawn FM was released in January and features the singles “Gasoline” and “Out of Time.” The Weeknd headlined Coachella after Kanye West dropped out and is currently on the road with own headline tour this summer. Doja Cat was originally due to open on the tour but pulled out and was replaced by Kaytranada and Snoh Aalegrah.

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Cardi B joins Summer Walker and SZA on “No Love (Extended)”

Cardi B joins Summer Walker and SZA on “No Love (Extended)”
Watch the heavenly video for an updated version of the Still Over It single.

By David Renshaw

March 25, 2022

Last year Summer Walker and SZA teamed up on “No Love,” a song from Walker’s excellent album Still Over It. Today they have added a third to their partnership with Cardi B jumping on a new extended version of “No Love.” A video for the updated song, featuring Cardi and Summer lounging on a four-poster bed in front of a heavenly backdrop, is streaming above.

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Cardi B has previous when it comes to collaborating with SZA and Summer. She appears on another Still Over It song, “Bitter,” while SZA features on Cardi’s Invasion of Privacy track “I Do.” That album dropped in 2018. Since then Cardi has released hits including “WAP,” “Up,” and Normani’s “Wild Side.”

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Summer Walker announces 2022 tour dates

Summer Walker announces 2022 tour dates
“The Summer Walker Series” is a short string of live shows leading up to a summer 2022 festival run.

By Brandon Callender

March 02, 2022

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Summer Walker has announced a limited run of 2022 tour dates. “The Summer Walker Series” will kick off on March 20 in Houston and make stops in Chicago and Dallas before the Atlanta-based R&B singer hits a string of festivals over the summer. NO1-NOAH and MARVXXL will be present at all three dates, and rising Dallas rapper Erica Banks will join them at the Texas shows. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. local time on Friday (March 4) and will be available for purchase here. Check out all of Summer Walker’s announced tour dates and scheduled festival performances below.

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Last year, Summer Walker shared her sophomore album Still Over It. It included the slow-burning SZA duet “No Love,” and bubbly, So So Def-reminiscent “Ex For A Reason.”

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Summer Walker 2022 tour dates

3/20 – Houston, TX – 713 Music Hall*

3/31 – Chicago, IL – Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom^

4/16 – Dallas, TX – The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory*

5/1 – Sacramento, CA – Sol Blume Festival

5/8 – Washington, DC – Broccoli City Festival

6/5 – Philadelphia, PA – Roots Picnic Festival

7/8 – Birmingham, UK – Wireless Festival Birmingham

7/9 – London, UK – Wireless Festival London

^ with special guests NO1-NOAH and MARVXXL

* with special guests NO1-NOAH, MARVXXL and Erica Banks

Roots Picnic 2022 reveals lineup with Mary J. Blige, Summer Walker, Wizkid, Jazmine Sullivan and more

Roots Picnic 2022 reveals lineup with Mary J. Blige, Summer Walker, Wizkid, Jazmine Sullivan and more
The festival comes to Philadelphia on June 4-5.

By Jordan Darville

February 15, 2022

Questlove of The Roots. Photo by Greg Campbell/Getty Images for Tennessee Tourism.

 

After two years off, The Roots‘ annual festival Roots Picnic will return to Philadelphia in 2022. The two-day event takes place June 4-5 in The Mann at Fairmont Park. Headlining the event are Mary J. Blige (backed by The Roots), Summer Walker, and Wizkid. Jazmine Sullivan, Kamasi Washington, Benny The Butcher, G Herbo, Freddie Gibbs, Tierra Whack, Chief Keef, Babyface Ray, and many more will also perform over the two days. Single day and weekend tickets go on sale here on Friday, February 18 at 10 am. EST. See the full lineup below.

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Summer Walker announces second album after being declined entry to BET Hip-Hop Awards

Summer Walker announces second album after being declined entry to BET Hip-Hop Awards
After being barred from the awards due to “COVID restrictions”, Summer Walker announced the follow-up to 2019’s Over It

By Shaad D'Souza

October 03, 2021

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Summer Walker has announced her long-awaited sophomore album in a truly bizarre fashion. In a video posted to Twitter, Walker explains that she was barred entry to the 2021 BET Hip-Hop Awards due to “COVID restrictions” and that she was planning on using the red carpet to make an announcement of her follow-up to 2019’s Over It. “It’s fine,” she says in the clip, captioned “It’s all love BET.” “BET still love me, I still love BET.” After she’s finished speaking, the camera pans, zooming in on a building on which a message is projected: “summer walker album #2 coming november”. In the tweet, she notes that more details of the project will be announced “on the anniversary of Over It“, aka October 4. Walker’s reference to “COVID restrictions” likely relates to the vaccine skepticism that she’s expressed on social media over the past few months; in August, she posted “If u vaccinated please stay away from me”, and in May 2020 she suggested that Covid was a form of population control. Watch the announcement video of Over It‘s follow-up below.

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It’s all love BET 🖤 More Details on my new album will be revealed on the Anniversary of "Over it"!! pic.twitter.com/WdvomIUaES

— SUMMER WALKER (@IAMSUMMERWALKER) October 2, 2021

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Erica Mena Takes A Dig At Safaree Says She Send Him “Back To The Streets”

Erica Mena says she’s giving back Safaree to the streets.

Things might not be so peachy between Erica Mena and Safaree Samuels after all, even after the Love and Hip Hop star were spotted grinding over her ‘estranged’ husband over the weekend.

The couple has been confusing fans with their on-again-off-again relationship. Erica filed for divorce and accused Safaree of neglecting their youngest child in the hospital, sparking public outrage against him on social media. But fans were recently convinced that the two had reignited their romance after new videos surfaced showing them together.

However, if Erica Mena’s social media post is anything to go by, that isn’t the case.

The 33-year-old took to her Instagram story to share a meme that is quite shady if taken personally.

“Me handing a ni**a back to the streets,” the meme boldly stated above a picture of Summer Walker with arms stretched forward.

The meme was originally made from Summer Walker’s rant in a social media video, where she declared that she returned her baby daddy, London On Da Track, to his other baby mothers.

Mena perhaps can relate to the meme, and although she did not add any information to the post, fans have concluded that the post is directed at her estranged husband, Safaree.

Still, fans are not up for the roller-coaster emotions that the couple got going in.

“They’re so tiring lol,” one person said, while another added, “They getting on my damn nerves.” Another person attacked, “She was just all over him. It’s tired it’s old. I don’t feel bad for her at all anymore.”

Despite the inconsistency in Mena and Safaree’s relationship, the divorce that was filed by Erica back in May is still pending in court.

Erica & Safaree | @iamerica_mena

The divorce was filed after a rocky year and a half of marriage, while Erica Mena was still pregnant with their second child.

Erica, in the divorce files, stated that their relationship was “irretrievably broken.”

Just last month, she admitted to destroying Safaree’s belongings in anger during a fight. Safaree demanded in court documents a sum of $59,000 for the damage, and Erica conceded that she would work to pay him back. Mena blamed Safaree’s “numerous acts of infidelity” for her actions. They are both required to return to court in January 2022.

Despite the two being spotted together over the weekend, appearing to have put their differences aside to have a good time, neither of them has filed a motion to dismiss the divorce or the case.

So, they might just be going through with the divorce after all.

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London On Da Track Slams Summer Walker Over Social Media Rant

London On Da Track responds to Summer Walker rant about him being a deadbeat dad.

Summer Walker says that the father of her daughter producer London on Da Track has been sending her threats and that if anything were to happen to her, “it was him.” The pair has had a dramatic relationship, and it seems that now with them co-parenting, they continue to have problems.

In messages posted on her Instagram account, Summer Walker blasted London On Da Track for interfering in her dating life as he warns persons around her of her involvement with another man.

“London calling & dm’ng [sic] everyone around me cause he BLOCKED talking bout if you care around Summer get that n**** away from her,” she said on her Instagram Story. “So if anything happens to me it was him. Ghetto baby daddy from hell. I be minding my business & NEVER call him unless it’s because the well being of my child,” she said.

Walker added that the other man London was warning others about has stepped into the role of father as London has neglected his daughter for the last two months.

“Smh crazy mf. & ‘that n**** has been raising raising your child since 2 months cause you ain’t shit & wouldn’t help me. You need to stop threatening people & tell him thank you, f***in’ weirdo.”

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Walker didn’t stop there as she shared several other posts as she continued to bash London.

“I be trying so hard to mind my business, n***a so pressed. & come get this car, I don’t want nothing from you n this shit ain’t even paid for. I like my cars paid OFF. … One of y’all hoes PLEASE put some good pussy on that man so he can leave me and my family alone. Thank you,” Summer said.

Meanwhile, the producer took the time to publicly responding to Walker’s claims as he said her mental health was in a poor place.

“Sh*t so goofy shit ain’t even funny,” he said. “I really be trynna spare shawty cuz I understand her mental health ain’t where it need to be. But da lying shit gotta stop.”

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London On Da Track added that she’s lying about him sending her “calls” and “DM,” and said in relation to the car, “that shit bout the truck cute too… I’ma have somebody come get that shit tomorrow… Put the jewelry in the arm rest. I don’t want u to have nothing u don’t want,” he said.

The rapper also took the time to insult Walker about her body as she recently showed off her results from breast augmentation.

He said his finances were solid and that he could buy “5 Teslas,” while Summer was “still making payments on ya ass n titties talkin’ bout a car.”

The producer also countered her claims that he was a deadbeat dad, saying that it’s cap, “everybody around me know how I am wit my kids.”

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The producer has two other children. Summer Walker later responded with a video in which she called out London and Erica Eboni to leave her alone.

“Y’all was f***ing terrorizing me for two years bro cause I was with the n***** I gave him back for the same reasons y’all was terrorizing me for two years,” Walker said as she became dramatic and used her hands in a throwing motion to signal how she gave London back.

“I don’t know what y’all think this is, but we’re not doing this for the next 18 years bro. I tried to be cool with all of y’all, I tried to be the big happy family and have everybody over for Christmas….Eboni you told me you tried to meet me…I told him [London] bring her here I want to talk to her… brought you here…and we talked.”

Walker said she told Erica that she was willing to work to make the family unit work so the children can know each other. However, Erica said she was not interested and wanted to fight her.

She added that she had to keep dealing with issues when all she wanted was to have her child and get married. “leave me alone,” she tells both Erica and London.

She said she went on a date and the next day London had sent her threats.

Meanwhile, the drama was a back and forth with Erica defending London.

“Summer over there talking all that monkey sh*t about London y’all don’t fall for her mentaliy stuck on stupid and ungrateful. Nobody even knew this stripper b**** before London made her,” she said.

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She added that Summer was making it seem as if London was not caring for his children when “the case is he just doesn’t want you anymore.”

Fans who have been observing the drama chimed in as they sided with Summer because some reminded Erica that she was the one who had in the past claimed that London was not taking care of her children, but no is defending him to say otherwise.

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Summer Walker Accuses London On Da Track Of Being A Deadbeat & Sending Threats

Summer Walker has once again taken to Instagram to voice her frustrations regarding her ‘deadbeat’ baby daddy, London on da Track.

According to Summer Walker, he has threatened her and an unnamed man who is assisting Summer with caring for her child in his absence. She posted a series of Instagram Story postings about his threats as she further criticized his questionable fathering abilities.

In the first Story post, she stated, “London calling everyone around me cause he BLOCKED talking bout if you care about summer get that n****a away from her. So if anything happens to me it was him. Ghetto baby daddy from hell.”

Summer Walker and London On Da Track welcomed their baby girl, affectionately called ‘Bubbles’ back in March. Their relationship has been rocky since its start and it has been scattered with numerous splits. After slamming London in her last album and taking to Instagram in June to tell women to stay away from men like him, it seemed like there was no reconciling in the future for the couple.

She continued her rant via her IG Story adding, “I be minding my business & NEVER call him unless it’s about the wellbeing of my child. Smh crazy mf. & “that n***a” has been raising your child since 2 months cause you ain’t s**t & wouldn’t help me. You need to stop threatening people and tell him thank you, f***kin weirdo.”

Many are finding it tough to sympathize with him in this latest Instagram attack due to his past deeds. To add insult to injury, in her last post in the series, Summer further lashed out against London On Da Track, boldly stating that he can take back the car he had given her. She declared, “& come get this car, I don’t want nothing from you n this s**t ain’t even paid for. I like my cars paid OFF.”

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Being a mother is a big job, and the singer has seemingly found out that moms seldom get a break. She expressed this concern via a post and delete following her rant. She stated, “I can’t take a s**t or eat in peace without hearing hysterical screaming in the background or having food snatched off my plate before I can get to it but most “fathers” know nothing of these struggles lol (rolling eye emoji).”

The public image of London isn’t helping the rumor mill surrounding him. The producer has developed a reputation as a skirt-chaser and a deadbeat parent as a result of his previous public misdeeds and baby mama drama. To make matters worse, he was recently seen candle-shopping with Shenseea, a Jamaican dancehall musician and sensation. Fans have been questioning if they are just working together on music or if the pair are romantically involved.

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London On Da Track respond to Summer Walker

London On Da Track issued a response to Summer Walker saying she is lying about him threatening to people around her and not living up to his duties as a father.

His baby mamas, Erica Racine and Eboni have also backed up his story while calling out Summer Walker.

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Shenseea & London On Da Track Sparks Dating Rumors Spotted Shopping Together

Shenseea is again grappling with dating rumors following a video of her shopping with producer London On Da Track.

Over the weekend, a short clip emerged on social media showing the “Trending Gyal” singer and Summer Walker’s baby daddy shopping in a store at the mall. Shenseea has been spending a lot of time in the States recently as she’s putting in work on her album and performing at several shows, including her appearance at Kanye West’s Donda listening event in Chicago on Thursday night.

Fans and followers of Shenseea can acknowledge that the deejay has a habit of shopping whenever she is overseas. Usually, she is shopping with her co-manager Romeich or with Rvssian. This time it seems fans were taken aback to see her shopping with London On Da Track.

While the talent of London on da Track is hard to deny, many social media users have labeled him as an “industry dude” (or ladies man) and a “deadbeat dad,” after the mothers of his children, including singer Summer Walker, continue to call him out for not taking full responsibility for his kids.

“Summer gonna be mad as hell lmao,” one person commented on the video. Another added, “the fact that females are attracted to men who don’t take care of their responsibility.”

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Still, others are adamant that Shenseea would never date London given his ‘reputation’ when it comes to relationships. “Shenseea not dumb,” one person stated simply.

Sources close to the dancehall diva told Urban Islandz that she has been working on new music with London On Da Track. We’re told that he has a heavy hand in the production of her upcoming album.

In June, Shenseea shared pictures of a late-night studio session with London On Da Track on her Instagram story. The producer is also managed by Wassim “Sal” Slaiby, who is now managing Shenseea.

As the “Bad Habit” singer gears up to release her debut album, London on da Track may have contributed to the production of the project.

“Sis new music gonna have some [fire emoji] beats!” one person said.

London on da Track has played a critical role in the production of some of the hottest songs over the last decade. These include “No Stylist” by French Montana and Drake, “My Type” by Saweetie, “Die Young” by Roddy Rich “Positions” by Ariana Grande, and “Lifestyle” by Rich Gang featuring Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug.

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So it could only be a good thing if the producer had done some work on Shenseea’s upcoming album.

In addition, Shenseea seems to, unfortunately, be susceptible to these types of rumors in recent months. In early June, rumors propagated that the “Blessed” singer did not only have relations with Drake but was pregnant by him!

She later addressed the rumors labeling them as “foolish.” She further explained why she had been taking a break from social media and music.

She explained that she was still grappling with the loss of her mother, among other things that were pulling her into depression. Shenseea has since pulled herself out of it and has since finished her debut album.

In April of this year, Shenseea also addressed accusations that she and her manager Romeich Major are in a relationship. She made it clear that those accusations are false, and she considers him as a brother.

Shenseea recently released the first single from her album, “Run Run.” She then became the first Jamaican to perform at Rolling Loud Miami and was one of three dancehall artists who performed at Summer Jam 2021 in New York. Most recently, Shenseea was spotted at Kanye West’s third “Donda” listening event, and also her vocals could be heard on the album’s single, “Pure Soul,” with Roddy Ricch.

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Summer Walker Responds To Backlash After Posting Photo Of Her Baby

Summer Walker is responding to backlash over her parenting skills.

New mom Summer Walker is trending on social media this morning (May 26) as critics attack her over her parenting skills. The singer came under fire after posting several pictures of her and her three-month-old daughter on Instagram. While the infant’s face was covered, fans believed she was noticeably skinny.

Several persons in the comment section began to comment on the baby’s appearance and questioned what Summer was feeding her. Summer is a vegetarian and has shared questionable opinions on parenting, breastfeeding, formula, and the general feeding of children in the past.

The criticism of the photos has now made its way to Twitter, and the R&B artiste is now trending on the platform, with many persons expressing concern for the baby’s wellbeing.

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One Twitter user said, “Lord please help summer walker poor girl about to kill her baby cause she don’t have a clue.”

Another user also called for intervention, writing, “I want Summer Walker arrested and that baby taken away from her IMMEDIATELY!”

An earlier post on Summer’s Instagram story showed her baby’s bottle alongside a pack of hemp seeds, honey, mushrooms, half a lemon, and a liquid in a dark-colored bottle. Critics have assumed that she has the baby on a vegan diet. However, the “Girls Need Love” songstress has neither confirmed nor denied the allegations.

The honey, in particular, had many people confused, as it’s common knowledge that babies should not consume honey due to the risk of botulism.

One social media user called out Summer for neglect, saying, “They say (as in doctors and health care professionals) say you should NEVER give a baby under one honey and do not recommend it for babies under two….so like that is neglect idc idc idc.”

Despite the backlash, research has shown that a well-balanced vegetarian diet can provide for the needs of children. However, extreme caution must be taken to ensure that the child’s needs are met, and growth monitored. Attention must also be paid to nutrient intake, specifically protein, essential fatty acids, iron, zinc, calcium, and vitamins B12 and D. Supplementation might also be necessary.

Addressing the heat she is now receiving, Summer Walker took to her burner account to post this message: “Yall: POST THE BABY B**CH WE WANNA SEE! also y’all: roasting a baby who’s face you can’t even see. lol make it make sense. In conclusion mf’s is weird and I will never post my baby so stop asking.”

CPS after watching Summer Walker feed her baby eggshells, tree bark & cherry stems: pic.twitter.com/20KIFzmQwI

— Rachel. (@_loveRachel_) May 26, 2021

The way Summer Walker casually feeding her baby air w/ a side of grass & Drake healing from his bbl to hop in another relationship w/ a yt life alert member? These celebs are truly sumn else…pic.twitter.com/gk2xDWoCRQ

— Rachel. (@_loveRachel_) May 26, 2021

Am I the only one who didn’t know Summer walker already gave birth? pic.twitter.com/xOpyGPFHhs

— ?????_??????? ? (@Dit22Aphro) May 26, 2021

This whole Summer Walker baby situation is not even funny. Is this not possible negligence? Why are y’all laughing ? pic.twitter.com/qob8Q8wjAZ

— thee cry baby (@belladonna_bb) May 26, 2021

Y’all in the comments talking about “use common sense obviously she wouldn’t feed her baby that” clearly have never heard anything summer Walker has said bc common sense is one thing she does not have ?. https://t.co/gNpmWq3L2W

— marie?? is doing mcat prep and failing (@goldihobi) May 26, 2021

Black Twitter calling CPS on Summer Walker… pic.twitter.com/B1GU5Fd2W0

— Jermaine (@JermaineWatkins) May 26, 2021

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Summer Walker Says She’s Scared To Date Men, Ready To Date Women

Summer Walker may be switching teams, and we are not necessarily talking about sports. An Instagram Story update on Monday night has left fans wondering if the songstress is officially done with dating men.

“Where the b*tches at?” The “Over It” singer questioned. She finished her question with a rainbow emoji which is a symbol of the LGBTQIA community. While this had fans speculating that the 25-year-old “Playing Games” singer was officially joining the queer community, what clarified the decision for many was her follow-up post.

“I never wanna see another [eggplant emoji] again I’m scarred fo life,” she said, throwing in a laughing emoji.

The laughing emoji, however, had fans wondering if this was just a joke. Still, what was more prominent on the minds of her fans is what her boyfriend, London On Da Track, had done to upset her this time.

“What London did now?” One person asked. Another surmised, “London done pissed her off Nd she can’t vent to us nomore,” and another expressed, “I’m tired of them breaking up.”

The couple is known for having a rocky relationship since its beginning in 2019. Though the famed producer publicly spoils his girlfriend and mother of his child with expensive gifts, the two have had their fair share of ups and downs.

Earlier this month, the producer had gifted Summer Walker a Tesla and other surprises that made her birthday what she described as “unforgettable.”

Late last month, the two welcomed their first child together after Summer Walker had announced her pregnancy on social media in November. Notably, the producer fathers two other children from previous relationships.

Some fans are shunning the idea that there is now trouble in the camp, as the two have apparently been getting along for some time. Fans took to Instagram to suggest other reasons the “Girls Need Love” singer could be fiending for some female attention.

“Postpartum is real,” said one person who hinted that the singer is under severe stress. Another explained, “Maybe, just maybe, she’s saying that because…ya know, motherhood? It’s stressful when you’re a 1st time mom and she prolly like hell nah keep that thing away from me. Everything don’t always gotta mean relationship trouble, sheesh. I ain’t wanna see no meat for a min after my first baby.”

Walker has not revealed the main reason for her decision to consider taking herself to the other side of the moon.

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Shelley FKA DRAM shares “All Pride Aside” featuring Summer Walker, performs for NPR’s Tiny Desk

Shelley FKA DRAM shares “All Pride Aside” featuring Summer Walker, performs for NPR’s Tiny Desk
His new album Shelley FKA DRAM is out on Friday.

By Jordan Darville

April 26, 2021

As DRAM, Shelley Marshaun Massenburg-Smith conquered the pop charts a few years back with songs like “Broccoli” featuring Lil Yachty and “Cha Cha,” famously cribbed by Drake for “Hotline Bling.” The artist now goes by Shelley FKA DRAM, and this Friday he’s got a new eponymous album out. The latest single from the project is “All Pride Aside” featuring R&B queen Summer Walker, a track that highlights Shelley’s knack for a good bedroom anthem (see “WiFi” featuring Erykah Badu for another example). “All Pride Aside” drops along with Shelley’s NPR Tiny Desk (Home) Concert, which you can watch below.

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Lightskinkeisha – Fdh Lyrics

[Intro]
Malis, turn me up
Big Bank
Bitch, B-I-G Hoe
f*ck 'em, f*ck 'em, f*ck 'em (f*ck me up)

[Chorus]
f*ck these hoes, f*ck these niggas, too
I'm outside on the block, what you try'na do? (What you try'na do?)
Who wan' smoke? Bitch, I'm with it, too
I got dogs and gorillas like we in a zoo
You got goons, I got shooters, they pull triggers, too
With the ops in the way, I bet I make a move
'Cause f*ck these hoes, f*ck these niggas, too
I'm outside on the block yellin' Big Bank Beisha!

[Verse 1]
Yeah, B-I-G, I'm the biggest
Y'all li'l bitches calm down
Pull strings like Santana
Bitch, I run my town
Broke hoes don't say nothin'
Shh, you too loud
Same shit they gon' tell me when I blow this gas cloud
I got these bitches tryna go big
I just spent twenty-thousand on wigs
Park on the street, Coupe too big, booty too big, wrist too big
Yeah, kick shit, I don't so kickbacks
Big dick, I don't do nig backs
[?] the whole shit, like a zigzag
Bitch wan' smoke, let me hit that
[Chorus]
f*ck these hoes, f*ck these niggas, too
I'm outside on the block, what you try'na do? (I'm outside)
Who wan' smoke? Bitch, I'm with it, too (Bitch, I'm with it, too)
I got dogs and gorillas like we in a zoo
You got goons, I got shooters, they pull triggers, too

With the ops in the way, I bet I make a move
'Cause f*ck these hoes, f*ck these niggas, too
I'm outside on the block yellin' Big Bank Beisha!

[Verse 2]
All the designers, drippin' in Prada, why you ain't proud of me?
Don't let em' breath put on they neck, I know they tired of me
I'm a real boss, bitches be lost, I'm what they tryn'a be (Big boss!)
I deal with major leagues, you in the minor leagues

f*ck these hoes, they be always talkin'
Knowin' that you really p*ssy, watch me catwalk 'em
Niggas playin' games, watch me Summer Walker
I may put that shit on Live, and do some numbers on 'em

[Chorus]
f*ck these hoes, f*ck these niggas, too (f*ck these niggas, too)
I'm outside on the block, what you try'na do? (I'm outside)
Who wan' smoke? Bitch, I'm with it, too (who wan' smoke?)
I got dogs and gorillas like we in a zoo
You got goons, I got shooters, they pull triggers, too
With the ops in the way, I bet I make a move
'Cause f*ck these hoes, f*ck these niggas, too (f*ck these niggas, too)
I'm outside on the block yellin' Big Bank Beisha!
[Outro]
Make these bitches wanna go motherf*ckin' big, and let these bitches sit on a motherf*ckin' dick
Talk about it, be about it, make a nigga spend that check, the f*ck?

Summer Walker Advice How To Fix Broken Men, Says They Need Therapy Not Wives

Being pregnant is perhaps giving Summer Walker some new perspective on men she dates.

The past few months have not been easy for the singer as she has been on-and-off with her baby daddy, London on da Track. The pair’s relationship has been plagued by rumors of domestic abuse in the past, as well as cheating by London, who appears to have a host of baby mamas who does not have positive things to say about the music producer. This seems to have given Summer Walker much to think about as she posted some psychological insight on her Insta.

“These broken men don’t need a gf or wife to hold them down. They need father figures, rehab, AA, & a therapist,” she wrote. “Wish I understood this in high school & college I prolly would’ve stayed a virgin all the way till I was in my 20’s.” It is a bit late for the 24-year-old to do all that, but perhaps it’ll help her have healthier relationships in the future.

London has hinted that he is missing the “Let It Go” singer. Last week he posted a photo of himself on his private jet with the caption, “Riding solo home”. A fan commented, “If you miss summer just say that,” and London pinned the remark to the top of the comment section. Hopefully, this means he will be more involved in the life of his future child, as his track record is not great, according to his other baby mamas.

Not one, but two, of the women with whom London On Da Track shares kids have accused the 29-year-old of being neglectful. One took to social media this week, alleging that London did not see his daughter, Paris, throughout the entirety of 2020 and that he had lackluster Christmas gifts delivered 10 days after the holiday.

Toosii and Summer Walker share “Love Cycle” video

Toosii and Summer Walker share “Love Cycle” video
Poetic Pain is out now.

By Jordan Darville

September 30, 2020

Raleigh rapper Toosii has secured healthy streaming numbers and a sizeable social media following for his music, autobiographical raps with soap opera-sized emotion. His most recent project Poetic Pain contained the supremely sexy Summer Walker collaboration “Love Cycle,” and today the music video has dropped. Toosii plays some kind of casanova call center employee who meets his match in Summer Walker — I don’t really know how the job works, either, but it’s fun to watch. Check it out above. Summer Walker shared her EP Life On Mars in July, and appeared on the remix of Pop Smoke and Lil Tjay’s smash hit “Mood Swings.”

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Listen to a remix of Pop Smoke and Lil Tjay’s “Mood Swings” featuring Summer Walker

Listen to a remix of Pop Smoke and Lil Tjay’s “Mood Swings” featuring Summer Walker
Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon is out now.

By Jordan Darville

September 18, 2020

(L) Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images (R) Ser Baffo/Getty Images for BET

 

One of Pop Smoke‘s biggest posthumous hits is “Mood Swings,” the Lil Tjay-featuring, TikTok-dominating sex jam. It’s currently sitting pretty at No. 21 on the Billboard Hot 100, and with a new remix out today featuring Summer Walker, it’ll likely advance even further. The R&B singer’s feisty performance on the remix provides the female perspective that the original was just begging for. Happily, the chemistry between Smoke and Walker is there in spades, too.

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Listen to the “Mood Swings” remix below. Pop Smoke’s posthumous debut album Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon was released in June, with a deluxe edition arriving the following month. Summer Walker’s Life On Earth EP was released in July.

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The 12 new albums you should stream right now

The 12 new albums you should stream right now
Releases from Juice WRLD, 100 Gecs, and Summer Walker are all ready for your listening enjoyment.

By Jordan Darville, Shaad D'Souza

July 10, 2020

(L) Juice WRLD by Bryan Steffy/Getty Images (M) Summer Walker by Ser Baffo/Getty Images for BET (R) SahBabii by Maury Phillips/Getty Images for BET

 

Juice WRLD, Legends Never Die

Juice WRLD’s third album is the Chicago rapper’s first posthumous release since his tragic death of an accidental drug overdose at age 21. The rapper’s management pieced together Legends Never Die out of the nearly 2,000 songs Juice WRLD was working on before his death. Legends Never Die was preceded by four singles: “Righteous,” “Tell Me U Luv Me” featuring Trippie Redd, the Marshmello collaboration “Come & Go,” and “Life’s A Mess” with HalseyJordan Darville

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SahBabii, Barnacles

Few rappers can glide over a beat like SahBabii, the Atlanta rapper behind the 2017 hit “Pull Up Wit Ah Stick.” His new, long-awaited album Barnacles dropped on Wednesday, and the project reinforces what makes him great: an ear for unique, almost Balearic beats that glide between R&B and trap as cleanly as SahBabii does. With an absurd sense of humour and a flex as quiet and undeniable as a supernova in space, SahBabii remains an essential figure in rap’s underground. — JD

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Summer Walker, Life On Earth EP

One of R&B’s most adored and closely scrutinized figures, Summer Walker is back to feeding fans hungry for more music after her smash hit debut album Over It. Her five-track EP Life On Earth features PARTYNEXTDOOR and two appearances from NO1-NOAH . — JD

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Julianna Barwick, Healing Is A Miracle

The title of Julianna Barwick’s new album Healing Is A Miracle comes from the vocalist’s increased sense of presence. “You cut your hand, it looks pretty bad, and two weeks later it looks like it never happened,” she says in a press release for the album. “That’s kind of amazing, you know?” Across four albums, Barwick has helped listeners achieve that same feeling of unyielding intention with her therapeutic, new-age compositions based around her vocal loops. On Healing Is A Miracle, Barwick is joined by featured artists Jónsi (Sigur Ros), Mary Lattimore, and Nosaj Thing. — JD

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Dinner Party (Kamasi Washington, Robert Glasper, Terrace Martin, and 9th Wonder), Dinner Party

In a recent interview with The FADER, superproducer Robert Glasper described the intention behind Dinner Party as “pills in the applesauce.” To that end, Glasper’s supergroup of jazz soothsayer Kamasi Washington, and producers Terrace Martin and 9th Wonder have shared an album of politically charged songs that go down as smooth as honey. — JD

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100 gecs, 1000 gecs & The Tree of Clues

No one said a revolution would be easy listening. Whether you think they’re overstuffed and unlistenable or nothing short of the saviors of music, 100 gecs have made a new wave that’s attracted eyes across the music industry. 1000 gecs & The Tree of Clues is a remix album of the band’s debut 1000 gecs. The remix of the band’s smash hit “ringtone” featuring Charli XCX, Rico Nasty, Kero Kero Bonito is here, with additional appearances from Fall Out Boy, Injury Reserve, A.G. Cook, Black Dresses, and many more. — JD

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The Streets, None Of Us Are Getting Out Of This Life Alive

The first two albums from The Streets, the alias of Birmingham rapper and producer Mike Skinner, are stone-cold classics. The hardscrabble debut Original Pirate Material, an actual bedroom record, helped introduce the U.K. underground to the world, while his follow-up A Grand Don’t Come From Free was more ambitious in its narrative scope (Skinner’s established skill at story-telling rap gave him an edge at crafting one story over the course of 11 songs), and the project contains one of Skinner’s biggest hits “Dry Your Eyes.” Fast forward to 2020, and Skinner has revived The Streets for another mixtape None Of Us Are Getting Out Of This Life Alive. Even if you haven’t been feeling The Streets since their halcyon days (the group’s other three albums didn’t really hit), the first two efforts mean that the new project is more than worth your time. As is our recent interview with Mike Skinner. — JD

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Galcher Lustwerk, Proof EP

On his 2019 album Information, Galcher Lustwerk sounded like a cross between a genie and Barry White as he delivered sultry, slyly motivational sweet nothings over his sweaty blend of house and techno. He’s back with another dose of fun with the six-track EP Proof, which sports a remix from fellow New York producer AceMo. — JD

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AKAI SOLO, Eleventh Wind

The New York City rapper’s third album of 2020 has been in constant rotation on my phone since the project dropped on Monday. SOLO’s impressive prolific streak is bolstered by his dense-yet-breezy raps — if you’ve spent any time getting lost in the wordplay and dusty, soulful beats of rappers like MIKE or Earl Sweatshirt, Eleventh Wind will find a comfortable spot in your listening patterns, too. — JD

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The Beths, Jump Rope Gazers

New Zealand four-piece The Beths have delivered their sophomore project Jump Rope Gazers, the follow-up to their acclaimed 2018 debut Future Me Hates Me. Nostalgic title aside, the new album from the indie-pop-punk four-piece isn’t content to simply rehash the past. Much of the credit is due to Elizabeth Stokes, who shines with a keen grasp of vocal melody over the gnarly power chords and propulsive drums that help make Jump Rope Gazersan ideal soundtrack for learning how to skateboard at 13 or 30. — JD

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YEAR0001, RIFT One

When was the last time you listened to a (mostly) trance album front-to-back? YEAR0001, the Swedish label behind Yung Lean and Bladee, are giving you the perfect opportunity with the new collection RIFT One, released on Thursday. It’s 22 tracks of mostly spacey electronica with the occasional rap song from artists like Bladee and Thaiboy Digital. Lean himself revives his ever-unpredictable alias jonatan leandoer96 for a rave-starting song, but the project’s highlight is the closer “Sergelized,” an aggro-rap track from Nadia Tehran. Best of all, all profits from streams and sales from the project will be donated to benefit “community bail funds, mutual aid funds and racial justice organisers.” — JD

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Rebel Yell, Fall From Grace

Despite the dissociative pun of its title, the new album from Sydney producer Grace Stevenson, aka Rebel Yell, practically demands attention. A sinewy and sinuous expansion of the hedonistic industrial techno she’s been working on for the past five-odd years, Fall From Grace finds Stevenson tying violent, bone-rattling rhythms to repetitive spoken word lines that play like anxious club conversations. It’s a risky, often revelatory synthesis — Shaad D’Souza

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Kash Doll – No Lames Lyrics

Play this song

[Intro: Kash Doll]
Kash Doll
Summer Walker
Hey

[Pre-Chorus: Summer Walker]
Really, really wish that I could trust you
Wish that it was easier to love you
Guards up, back up, that’s the way to be
Wanna chill, but my friends keep tellin’ me that

[Chorus: Summer Walker]
These boys are all the same (They’re all the same)
These boys are all the same
Don’t kick it with no lames
Send ’em back from where they came

[Verse 1: Kash Doll]
Sis, he got you stressin’, I got all my edges
Hope you learned your lesson, you blockin’ all your blessings
You could be on private jets, sittin’ pretty, flexin’
Instead, you goin’ back and forth, arguin’ and textin’ (Boy bye)
See, I’m selfmade, I got my own, don’t need your plate
Take ’em or leave ’em, that’s how I treat ’em, I’ma be straight
I hang up on niggas, I ain’t ’bout to have a bad day
You do what you want, but I’m just tellin’ you the Kash way (Yeah)

[Pre-Chorus: Summer Walker]
Really, really wish that I could trust you
Wish that it was easier to love you
Guards up, back up, that’s the way to be
Wanna chill, but my friends keep tellin’ me that

[Chorus: Summer Walker]
These boys are all the same (They’re all the same)
These boys are all the same
Don’t kick it with no lames
Send ’em back from where they came

[Verse 2: Kash Doll]
I tell ’em never introduce me to a vibe you can’t maintain
I’m never into losin’, if I can’t win, I’m out the game
Look, body got you stuck, but I can’t even let you fuck, uh
Word is you keep some random bitches in your trunk
What I look like? The type to get to bleachin’ all your stuff?
Nah, I’m good, block your number, bag or not, I had enough
Bag ’em all, I’m bad enough, want no nigga, never need one
They stupid over pussy, over dick, I never be dumb
It’s Kash

[Pre-Chorus: Summer Walker]
Really, really wish that I could trust you
Wish that it was easier to love you
Guards up, back up, that’s the way to be
Wanna chill, but my friends keep tellin’ me that

[Chorus: Summer Walker]
These boys are all the same (They’re all the same)
These boys are all the same
Don’t kick it with no lames
Send ’em back from where they came
These boys are all the same (The same)
These boys are all the same (The same)
Don’t kick it with no lames (Oh)
Send ’em back from where they came (Oh yeah, yeah, yeah)

[Outro: Kash Doll & Summer Walker]
Yeah, yeah, yeah
Oh yeah
Yeah, yeah, yeah
Oh yeah
Yeah, yeah, yeah
Oh no
Yeah, yeah, yeah