H.E.R. Taps Into Reggae With “Do To Me”
H.E.R. can seriously do no wrong. No matter what type of record she tackles, whether it’s a traditional r’n’b sound, something a bit modern, something a bit pop, or in this case, something a bit reggae — she does it all excellently. The singer has stepped up during these tumultuous times too, not only releasing music that addresses police brutality with “I’m Not OK” and the sprawling, heart-wrenching “I Can’t Breathe,” but she’s also been applauded for providing her whole team with some COVID-19 funds to get them through the quarantine.
While she’s had a couple of heavier releases, the singer is lightening things up with this reggae-inspired record, produced by her frequent collaborator Swagg R’Celious. H.E.R. sings about a new love that’s she’s all wrapped up in. Are you feeling this sound from H.E.R.? Let us know what you think.
Check out her other recent release too, from her Songland appearance, “Wrong Places.”
Why, why you make me so blind?
Just looking in your eyes, you
Took my soul for a ride, ride
How, how you make me fall down?
Tripping over the sound of
You loving me so loud, loud