R&B singer Summer Walker is speaking out after being snubbed by the Recording Academy, receiving 0 Grammy nominations for her critically acclaimed album ‘Still Over It’. The Recording Academy revealed their list of 2023 Grammy award nominees Tuesday, and Walkers latest music contributions was not apart of the list.

Summer released her album ‘Still Over It’ November 5th 2021, reaching number 1 on the Billboard 200 charts the first week of her albums release; earning 166,000 equivalent album units in the U.S., Billboard reported. She also was the first female R&B artist in five years to earn this accolade. However, those significant accomplishments were not enough for the Recording Academy to nominate her album, or any single from her project for a Grammy nomination.

The singer has now went to social media to vent her frustration with the Grammys; as her fans were furious regarding the shocking news of her Grammy snub.

“As for the grammys for a 2nd time, the math is literally not mathing…. I was gone post some numbers but it’s ok, atleast the streets fuq with me. Y’all always pack out every show & support everytime I drop so thanks for the love I do receive,” she said.

Walker is not the only one speaking up regarding her Grammy snub, her producer Justice LVRN has also spoken out regarding the snub.

Read his following tweets below.

Summer isn’t the only R&B starlet to get snubbed by the Grammys this year,as Kehlani, Chloe Bailey, and Ari Lennox were also not nominated for any awards as well.


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