American R&B singer Summer Walker has sent waves of excitement among music lovers by hinting at upcoming remixes for her hit song Girls Need Love.
This revamped version of the song will feature collaborations with South African sensation Tyla, Victoria Monet, and Tin, Rolling Stone reported.
The announcement stirred a significant buzz among fans, who are eagerly anticipating the new twists that these talented artists will bring to the track.
Tyla, in particular, has been causing quite a stir in 2023 with her breakthrough hit Water, which catapulted her to global stardom. Her inclusion in the remix is seen as a major highlight.
Summer Walker’s Girls Need Love was a big hit
Girls Need Love was originally released in 2018 as part of Summer Walker’s debut album, Last Day of Summer.
The song won the hearts of fans worldwide for its fun and relatable lyrics about love and desire.
Now, Walker is set to breathe fresh life into this chart-topper by teaming up with the three renowned artists to create individual remixes.
Tyla will be great on Summer Walker’s remix
While fans are excited to hear how Tyla’s flair will complement the track, the anticipation for what Victoria Monet and Tink will bring to the table is equally high. Each artiste has a unique style and perspective, promising to add distinct flavours to the song.
Tyla’s 2023 hit “Water” showed her vocal prowess and songwriting talent. The song’s melody and lyrics quickly gained popularity. Her presence in the “Girls Need Love” remix is sure to elevate the track to new heights.
Known for her soulful and sultry R&B sound, Victoria Monnet has a reputation for crafting songs that explore themes of love and sensuality.
Rapper Tink is a versatile artiste with a knack for infusing her tracks with attitude and emotion. She is expected to bring a fresh perspective to the song.
Tyla’s Water over Selena Gomez’s Calm Down on Billboard chart
In a new development, the fast-rising song, Water by burgeoning South African singer and dancer, Tyla has taken pole position on the coveted chart.
Calm Down, for months on end, was the most streamed Afrobeats song and went on to set a record for being the most streamed Afrobeats song in history.