Performing gives me so much anxiety : Summer Walker in conversation with Billboard
We're three days from accepting Summer Walker's introduction studio collection - "Over It". The Atlanta vocalist has been causing a ripple effect for quite a while, yet the world considered her abilities after Drake brought to her a cosign and also bounced on the remix to her single, "Young ladies Need Love." As the hours go down to the special arrival of none other than her London On Da Track-delivered venture, the 23-year-old plunked down with Billboard to talk about inking an arrangement with LVRN/Interscope and connecting with Drizzy on her current trendy single.
"I think he slid into the DMs and was like, 'I saw your video on a bowling alley monitor, thought it was cool,'" And then Justice [Baiden, co-founder and head of A&R for LVRN] made me ask him [to get on the remix] and he said yes." She explained on being asked about how the collaboration with Drake got initiated.
"I really see how we all really be going through some of the same sh*t," "Like, I didn’t know my music was so relatable until after the project dropped.""Performing gives me so much anxiety," I would be more at peace if I could just record music and slide it under the door.” She further said during the interview.
Summer additionally shared that it wasn't until she discharged her Last Days of Summer venture prior this year that she truly had the option to associate with her crowd.
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