Emerging R&B singer Summer Walker’s rise to stardom was cemented with the release of her debut album, “Over It.” Released via Love Renaissance (LVR)/Interscope Records, the project is currently #2 on the Billboard Top 200 chart, #1 on the Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums chart, and #7 on the UK chart. The album sold 134,000 copies, giving the singer/songwriter the largest debut for a female artist since Beyonce’s “Lemonade.” According to a press release, the album is not only the biggest debut of any female artist in 10 years, but it also had the biggest streaming week for an album by any female artist ever. Executive produced by London On Da Track, the 18-track project features special guest appearances by Usher, Jhene Aiko, Bryson Tiller, Drake, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and PartyNextDoor. “Over It” is now available on all digital platforms. After receiving over 100 million global streams of his EP, “Afterimage”, singer R.L.U.M.R. returns with the singles “How It Feels” and “Lonely.” The former coming in the form of a music video. In addition, the crooner has announced his forthcoming major label debut album, “Surfacing”, due out November 1 via Island Records. “How It Feels” and “Lonely” continue the momentum R.L.U.M.R. built since bursting on the scene with the single “Show Me.” “Frustrated” broke him through in 2017, and endured him to fans worldwide. Now fans have “Surfacing” to look forward to. Following the release of her thought-provoking new single, “Joanna”, singer JoJo returns with the accompanying music video, which brings the lyrics to life. As powerful as the lyrics are, in the clip, JoJo exhibits content with where she is career-wise, despite the “supposed to be (s).” “Joanna”, which finds the singer/songwriter delivering soul-stirring vocals about what she’s faced in the past, is her first release since her 2016 album, “Mad Love.” Prior to the new release, JoJo rerecorded her first two albums. Additionally, her duet with PJ Morton garnered success on the Urban AC.