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Summer Walker's Life On Earth EP dropped at midnight this morning and it already has Twitter deep in its feelings. In 16 minutes Walker artfully examines heartbreak and healing– with a little help from NO1-NOAH as well as PARTYNEXTDOOR.

The EP's opening lines, “What have you become? Matter fact, no, that's what you've been/ I was blind” are already making the rounds online and fans are feeling Life On Earth's moody vibes and rock-solid romantic advice.

Listen below and scroll down for some of the best reactions to Life On Earth.

"Let It Go" is just good life advice

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And then she left us with "Deeper"

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How did she know?

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