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R&B - Released October 20, 2017 | RCA Records Label

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This release combines the EPs H.E.R., Vol. 1 (released in September 2016) and H.E.R., Vol. 2 (released in June 2017) and adds six new tracks (referred to as B-sides), including "Best Part," a duet that appeared on Daniel Caesar's Freudian. The previously unissued songs are in the same vein as the material on the EPs -- predominantly slow and atmospheric, vulnerable yet assured, verging on mood music but with a little more sonic, melodic, and lyrical substance than the average set from H.E.R.'s stylistic peers.
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R&B - Released November 2, 2018 | RCA Records Label

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R&B - Released August 3, 2018 | RCA Records Label

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With the completion of her proper debut album held up by steady touring obligations, Gabi Wilson, aka H.E.R., opted to pacify listeners with I Used to Know Her: The Prelude, a six-track, 20-minute EP. Made with the likes of Ronald "Flippa" Colson, Dernst "D'Mile" Emile, and Jeff "Gitty" Gitelman, it's another short set dominated by confident slow jams, led by "Could've Been," a duet with RCA labelmate Bryson Tiller. Opener "Lost Souls" deviates from the H.E.R. norm as a fiery update of Lauryn Hill's "Lost Ones."
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R&B - Released January 2, 2018 | RCA Records Label

Soul - Released May 4, 2018 | Commission - BMG

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Electronic/Dance - Released October 26, 2018 | Flipper Srl

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R&B - Released October 13, 2017 | RCA Records Label

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R&B - Released February 1, 2019 | MBK Entertainment - RCA Records

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Film Soundtracks - Released January 31, 2019 | MBK Entertainment - RCA Records

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Electronic/Dance - Released March 9, 2018 | Big Beat Records

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R&B - Released October 20, 2017 | RCA Records Label

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Nine months after the first EP, a second H.E.R. release of similar length arrived through major-label RCA. Like the debut, this is a softly glowing set of ballads and slow jams concerning the romantic affairs of the unidentified, consistently understated singer (presumably Gabriella Wilson, going by the publishing credits). The songs with the most lasting value, such as the aching, lingering likes of "Every Kind of Way," "Avenue," and "Changes," deviate from the trap stylings elsewhere, further distinguishing the artist from label and touring mate Bryson Tiller. Among the songwriting partners here are Darhyl Camper, Tiara Thomas, and Hue Strother. ~ Andy Kellman