Summer Walker lives it up in “White Tee” visual
The NO1-NOAH-assisted track comes from Walker’s latest EP ‘Life On Earth.’
Last month, Summer Walker blessed her fans with the EP Life On Earth, which boasts 5 new tracks from the chart-topping songstress. Last week, the Atlanta star unveiled a new visual from the project for “White Tee,” a laid-back vibe that sees her and NO1-NOAH setting their expectation from their respective lovers:
“Treat me like white tees, don’t get me dirty, love, love, love on me, love on, love on me/
She cannot come with, I just gotta dip, level up with me, if you f*** with me…/”
Produced by Walker and CrackGod, the sultry cut also comes with a Ro.lexx co-directed visual that sees the artists having a wild night on the town. Seemingly filmed via old camcorder, shots, twerking, willies, and other debaucherous activity are aplenty in the clip, with cameos from Smino, Sukihana, and more.
Speaking to Apple Music, Walker further explained the meaning behind the song’s title:
“’White Tee’ is another song featuring NO1-NOAH, and in the chorus he talks about treating someone like a white tee. You know you always wanna keep a white tee fresh and clean, but in my verse, I’m basically saying the opposite.”
Life On Earth follows her well-received debut studio LP Over It, which was released last October. That project saw 16 tracks (including two bonus cuts) and features from Drake, Usher, Bryson Tiller, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Jhené Aiko, 6LACK, and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie. Over It also proved to be immensely successful for Walker, earning a number two spot on the Billboard 200 thanks to 134,000 album equivalent units sold during its first week of release. In addition to her own big drops, Walker also spent this year lending a hand on singles by Trey Songz, Khalid, Justin Bieber, Rick Ross, and 21 Savage.
Turn up with Summer Walker, NO1-NOAH, and their friends below.
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