Summer Walker says that she feels like she "got played" by The Recording Academy after her albums Over It and Still Over It were both snubbed at the Grammys. Walker discussed her lack of recognition at the awards show during an appearance on Caresha Please, last week.
"Honestly, both albums, Over It and Still Over It, really did the numbers. I don't know. I feel like I got played," she told host Yung Miami. "The numbers was there. The fans was there. When I pop out for a show, sold out every time."
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Summer Walker During Grammy Week
Walker further vented: "I don't f*cking know why they played me. I do know why, but I ain't gonna go into it. But it's ok. The love is there, and the money is there. So it's good." Walker dropped Still Over It back in November 2021. The album debuted atop the US Billboard 200 and was the highest charting album from a female R&B artist since Beyonce's Lemonade (2016).
Elsewhere in the interview, Walker discussed the father of her baby, London on da Track. She reflected on her song, "4th Baby Mama," which frankly targets her ex. "I have no regrets," Summer said of her decision to release the song. "There's nothing worse to me than, like, men who have enabling mothers. Like, narcissists that have enabling mothers. Like, you could call a n***a mama and be like, 'He just did this, he just did that.' And they'll be like, 'What you do that make him do that?'"
Summer Walker Speaks With Yung Miami
Yung Miami has had many stars appear on her critically acclaimed talk show, including Megan Thee Stallion, Saweetie, Latto, and more. For her efforts, she split the BET Hip-Hop Award for Best Hip-Hop Platform in 2022 with N.O.R.E. and DJ EFN for their podcast, Drink Champs.
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