Summer Walker’s sophomore effort Still Over It is proving to live up to expectations set after the 2019 release of her debut album, according to music lists. After becoming her first project to top the Billboard 200, it’s been reported that 18 of the songs on the album have claimed positions on the Hot 100 within the span of a week.
Based on the chart, Walker’s “No Love” featuring SZA debuted at No. 13, becoming her highest-charting Hot 100 hit to date. Other songs to make it within the top 50 are the Cardi B-assisted “Bitter,” which landed at No. 25; her lead single “Ex for a Reason,” which peaked at No. 33; “Throw It Away” (No. 41); “Reciprocate” (No. 44); “Toxic.” feat Lil Durk (No. 45); the Ari-Lennox assisted “Unloyal” (No. 48); “Constant Bullshit” (No. 49); and “You Don’t Know Me,” the 50th song on the list.
With 18 songs simultaneously on the Hot 100, Walker has made Billboard history. According to the publication, the singer now joins Taylor Swift as the second woman artist to have that many songs on the Hot 100.
Walker’s Still Over It dropped on Nov. 5 after several teases, including snippet releases on TikTok, posts from her hard drive’s Instagram account and a contest that challenged fans to break a glass box for the chance to listen to the album ahead of time. The project sees the star chronicling her thoughts and feelings following her breakup with producer London on da Track.
Aside from becoming a topic on social media, the success of Still Over It has been measured by her performance on other music charts as well as some record-breaking moments. The album which sold 166,000 equivalent album units in its first week, according to MRC Data, is the first R&B project by a woman to top the Billboard 200. Walker also had the biggest streaming week for an R&B album by a woman.