R&B vocalist Summer Walker decided to try her hand at rapping.
On Tuesday, Walker dropped a music video for “Sense Dat God Gave You” with Sexyy Red. The visuals feature both women rhyming inside and outside a gas station.
Sexyy Red is best known for her own singles such as “Don’t Get Beat” and “Born By The River” featuring Sukihana. The St. Louis native’s 8-track Ghetto Superstar project landed on DSPs in December 2021.
“I’m NOT a rapper lmao I just wanted to do hood rat stuff with my friend🤸🏽♂️,” wrote Summer Walker on Twitter. That tweet collected more than 10,000 retweets and 49,000 likes.
Summer Walker also made headlines in recent days after the Georgia native reacted to the Recording Academy not nominating her for a single Grammy Award for the 2023 edition of the ceremony.
“As for the Grammys for a [second] time, the math is literally not matching,” wrote Summer Walker on Instagram. “I was [going to] post some numbers but it’s ok, at least the streets [f###] with me. Y’all always pack out every show and support every time I drop so thanks for the love I do receive.”
The Love Renaissance (LVRN) recording artist released the critically acclaimed Still Over It in November 2021. Still Over It debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 with 166,000 first-week units. The project became the first R&B album by a female act to reach the top of the chart since Beyoncé’s Lemonade in 2016.