Summer Walker’s debut album ‘Still Over It’ has delivered plenty of exciting collaborations, however the one sparking the most interest is her partnership with SZA on the sassy track ‘No Love’.
The song sees the duo singing on the concept of having a do-over with a partner from the past, listing the things they would do differently. They offer an insight into how being in love can complicate the fun side of a relationship, and in hindsight you may be left wishing you had taken a more light hearted approach with less feelings involved.
The songs’ hook “All lust, it will be no lovin’ you” immediately gets across the intended message, showing that in the future the pair would rather have sexual satisfaction than a complicated romance.
This concept of complications in love runs through Summer’s album, with her further explaining the records meaning in an exclusive interview with Apple Music;
“Take this opportunity to learn from my mistakes. You don’t have to guess if something is love. Love is shown through actions. Stop making excuses for people who don’t show up for you. Don’t ignore the red flags. And don’t think you have to stay somewhere ’cause you can’t find better — you can and you will. Don’t settle for less — you don’t deserve it and neither does your family.”
With her debut album, Summer proves she is amongst the most exciting artists to recently emerge, smashing records for the biggest R&B debut album ever. ‘Still Over It’ consists of 20 tracks, with a star studded lineup of collaborators including; City Girls, Ari Lennox, Pharrell Williams, Ciara and Cardi B. We can’t wait to see what the next step is for this thrilling era, and where the success of her debut album will take Summer Walker.
Words By Nadia Clasper
Photo Credit: Summer Walker Instagram