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Summer Walker has released two studio albums: The Over It as well as Still Over It Both of them has been recognized as such by the Recording Academy.

“[Andin regard to the Grammys in the secondtime], the math isn’t mathematical… It’s a shame because I wanted to post certain numbers, but I’m not going to do it. The streets are at least with me. I’ll always have a packed show and support me each time I perform So, thank you for the love I have,” the R&B singer shared in the Instagram Story.

This past Tuesday (Nov. 15) The Recording Academy announced the nominations for the 2023 Grammy Awards. The 65th Grammy Awards will be broadcast live on Sunday, February. 5th, 2023, at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, California.

Walker’s debut album from 2019 “Over it” won the award for best album award at the 2020 Soul Train Music Awards and was the most streamed album from female artists to date on Apple Music in 2020. The album also includes collaborative tracks featuring Bryson Tiller Usher and 6lack. PartyNextDoor, A Boogie wit da Hoodie and Jhene Aiko. In the year 2000 she released her second album “Still over It,”. It includes Cardi B. JT and JT from City Girls, SZA, Ari Lennox, Lil Durk, Pharrell Williams, Omarion, and Ciara. This album was Walker’s debut album to be a No. #1 album to debut on the Billboard 200 chart. It also became the top charting album by female R&B artist since Beyonce’s Lemonade and also broke records for the highest number of albums streamed in one day for female artists via Apple Music. It’s certain that social media supports Walker in showering her with praise to be “snubbed” by the Recording Academy once more.

“They misspelled Summer Walker’s name all over these Grammy nominations,” Terrellgrice posted on Twitter.

“I don’t want to hear any artist complaining about Grammy nominations unless their name is Summer Walker,” another Twitter user wrote.

“YOU’RE GOING TO [F**KING] NOMINATE CHRIS BROWN FOR A [F**KING] R&B GRAMMY BUT NOT SUMMER WALKER?” wrote Ghostinsza.

“Did Summer Walker not submit her album? Because I’m not sure why she’s isn’t on the Grammy R&B nominations,” FiveTooNine_ inquired.

“Summer Walker was not a hit. “Unloyal” should have received an Grammy nomination at at the very least.” Twigsalterego penned.

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