You'll Have to Smash Glass to Get Summer Walker's New Album
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You'll Have to Smash Glass to Get Summer Walker's New Album

How bad do you want Summer Walker's new album, Still Over It? Bad enough to break some glass?

As the release date for her forthcoming LP draws closer, it's now popping up in the wild for fans to snag. But there's a catch: to do so, you'll have to use a pink hammer to shatter what appears to be a glass case featuring the hard drive it's on.

A viral, circulating TikTok depicts a group of fans on a city street in front of the casing for Walker's album. Everyone takes turns swinging the hammer to try and break the barrier and retrieve the hard drive. But over the course of 44 seconds, no one succeeds. Some people take random swings, while others actually stop and prep before failing miserably.

So far, only a few videos of this are making the rounds online, but it's feasible to think that these stands could pop up in more cities as we draw closer to the album's November 5 release date.

Walker announced her sophomore album in a trailer shared earlier this month, where she recreated the cover of her 2019 debut, Over It. She was due to give details about Still Over Iton the BET Hip-Hop Awards red carpet, but tweeted that she was denied entry due to "COVID restrictions."

The first song Walker shared from Still Over It is "Ex For A Reason," released on October 15. Featuring JT of the City Girls, fans apparently weren't the warmest to it, so Walker recently went on Instagram and told them to chill out on the decision to drop it.

"Stop @-ing me," she wrote on her story. "The first song I wanted to release was called Toxic but we here now. I had no say in making this decision. So let's just move past it now. We're here now, so leave me alone."

Earlier today, Walker shared the music video for "Ex for a Reason," which features Walker and JT cruising in a convertible with a "Forever Atlanta" license plate. The group eventually heads over to a house party, where the now-famous hard drive makes an appearance and saves the DJ's set.

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