Summer Walker has just shared the sleek new video for her Usher collaboration, "Come Thru." Directed by Lacey Duke, the Atlanta-shot video highlights the chemistry between the two singers. Taken from her wildly successful debut album Over It, the video for "Come Thru" offers plenty of motivation to revisit the record. The Lacey Duke-directed video was shot at the285 Flea Market in Atlanta, and features a cameo from Jermaine Dupri. Dupri of course, helped write Usher’s 1997 hit “You Make Me Wanna," which acts as the foundation for "Come Thru."

Fresh off the announcement that she'll be playing Coachella this year, Walker has come into 2020 with every intention of maintaining her impressive momentum. Her London on da Track-produced debut album peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 when it arrived back in October, and it has been hovering around the top ten ever since. She even made Forbes' 30 Under 30 List for 2020, joining the likes of DaBaby, Megan Thee Stallion, and Lil Nas X.

Her rise to stardom hasn't been without its controversy, however, as she has had to put up with a lot of trolls. At one point a rumor circulated that she didn't take showers, which she promptly shot down. Later she faced boos during a troublesome tour in support of Over It, which came after some fans criticized her stage presence. During a Toronto concert, she left fans waiting for hours, which she later apologized for.

Watch the video for "Come Thru" above.