History is being made every day when it comes to female musicians. Nicki Minaj’s 2010 hit “Super Bass” has finally gone diamond while Summer Walker is shattering records with her new album “Still Over It.”
“Super Bass” Is Certified Diamond, Summer Walker’s “Still Not Over It” Breaks Apple Music Records
Though it was released in 2010 at the peak of her career, Nicki Minaj is still reaping the benefits of her song “Super Bass” which was just certified diamond. The single, which was off her debut album “Pink Friday” was her biggest hit single then and peaked at the No.3 position on the Billboard Hot 100. The smash-hit was also co-written by powerhouse songwriter Ester Dean, who has written hits like “Fireworks” by Katy Perry and “What’s My Name” by Rihanna.
Summer Walker’s sophomore offering “Still Not Over It” is a big hit with fans and the numbers prove it. The album earned the biggest all-time 24-hour debut on Apple Music for a female performer. It also broke other records like being the biggest Apple Music debut for an R&B album. The singer offered her gratitude in an Instagram post.
Summer Walker Claps Back At London On Da Track When He Tries to Take Credit For Her New Album
Summer Walker is keeping it transparent after her album release as she continues to air out her ex and baby father London On Da Track. Walker made it known that the producer had no involvement in the creation of her newly released album, Still Over It.