Our #ArtistoftheWeek is a woman of pure, raw talent. She’s only 21 years old, but she has been described as a musical prodigy you need to keep your eyes and ears on.
First things first,
What does H.E.R stand for?
H.E.R = Having Everything Revealed
We can say with confidence, that H.E.R is on her way to becoming one of R&B’s legends. She’ll one day join the ranks of other greats such as Aaliyah and Lauryn Hill. So let’s get to know this Grammy award-winning musician a little better.
“I just have to have a good time, and whatever I
create is gonna be magic, because it came from me.
And it came from what I was feeling.”
-H.E.R for Billboard (September, 2018)
If we’re being completely honest, H.E.R “Hard Place” Grammy performance earlier this year is actually what turned us into a H.E.R stan and opened our ears to new levels of heaven. So much power, so much soul and so much grace simultaenously in one short performance… wow.. please excuse us as we go and break that replay button.
Could’ve Been (Feat. Bryson Tiller)
There’s so much chemistry in this one video that we’re still reeling from it. Best to listen to “Could’ve Been” in the car, during rainy weather, or to soundtrack those late, late night/early morning feels.
Khalid and H.E.R… need we say more?
Honestly, these two prodigies are the future of the American music industry and we were beyond stoked to see them collaborate for the “Superfly” original motion picture soundtrack. Their voices melt together like smooth honey and soothe our soul.
Best Part (Daniel Caesar & H.E.R)
A H.E.R classic. Press play, close your eyes and relax for the next four minutes and three seconds. “Best Part” may end up becoming the best part of your night.
H.E.R asks us to focus on her and believe us, you’re not going to want to focus on anything or anyone else other than H.E.R.
Or maybe you’re ready to stan this vocal powerhouse and want to see her live. If you’re ready to experience new levels of musical bliss and hear H.E.R in your city, be sure to…
H.E.R singing R&B legends 🔺
Performing live at NPR 🔺