Summer Walker has revealed the full tracklist and features for her upcoming sophomore album, Still Over It. Just days away from the project’s highly anticipated release, the Atlanta-born singer took to Twitter on Tuesday (Nov. 2) to confirm the album’s features.
“OFFICIAL TRACKLIST FOR STILL OVER IT 11/5,” she tweeted.
According to the tweeted tracklist, Still Over It will include features from SZA on “No Love,” Ari Lennox on “Unloyal,” Pharrell Williams on “Dat Right There,” Omarion on “Screwin,” Lil Durk on “Toxic” and City Girls’ JT on the previously released track, “Ex For A Reason.” The effort will also include narration by Cardi B on the opening song, “Bitter” as well as narration from Ciara on closing track, “Ciara’s Prayer.”
On Apple Music’s Still Over It pre-release page, The Neptunes are also credited as producers on the Pharrell-assisted “Dat Right There.”
Last month, Walker released her and JT’s collaboration “Ex For A Reason” as her album’s first official output. However, not all of the 25-year-old’s fans were feeling the release. As reported by REVOLT, Walker took to social media to defend herself against the backlash, saying she wanted to release her and Lil Durk’s song “Toxic” instead, but executives at her record label pushed “Ex For A Reason.”
“Stop @-ing me,” she wrote on her Instagram Story at the time. “The first song I wanted to release was called ‘Toxic’ but we here now. I had no say in making this decision. So, let’s just move past it now. We’re here now, so leave me alone.”
“Bro Summer Walker got a song called ‘Session 33?’ WE FUCKING WON,” one person tweeted.
Walker’s second studio album Still Over It arrives this Friday (Nov. 5). See her tweet below.
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