Multi-awarded singer-songwriter H.E.R. has released a new song featuring Chris Brown.
The R&B track “Come Through” is a single off H.E.R.’s latest album, Back of My Mind, which is due this summer on MBK Entertainment/RCA Records.
It comes on the heels of her back-to-back wins at the 63rd Grammy Awards (Song of the Year, “I Can’t Breathe”) and at the 93rd Academy Awards (Best Original Song, “Fight for You” from the film Judas and the Black Messiah).
The 23-year-old H.E.R. — acronym for Having Everything Revealed — was born Gabriella Sarmiento Wilson in Vallejo, California, to a Filipino mother and an African-American father.
Information from international publications said she first appeared as an actor at age nine, starring in the Nickelodeon TV film School Gyrls.
At age 10, as Gabi Wilson, she covered Alicia Keys on piano on the Today Show.
On 23 September 2007 she peformed at the Apollo Theatre in New York singing the Aretha Franklin hit “Freeway Of Love.”
She also performed at the 2010 BET (Black Entertainment Television) Awards singing Keys’ “Fallin.’”
In 2011, Wilson signed a record deal with Sony’s RCA Records via MBK Entertainment.
In 2016 she released her debut EP, H.E.R. Vol. 1.
In April 2017, Rihanna posted an Instagram clip with H.E.R.’s track “Focus” playing in the background. The clip has been viewed over 5 million times.
Rolling Stone included H.E.R. in its March 2017 feature, “10 Artists You Need to Know.”
Forbes named her one of “5 Alternative R&B Artists to Look Out for in 2017.”
In 2018, she joined Brown on his Heartbreak on a Full Moon tour.
“Come Through” by H.E.R. featuring Chris Brown is now available on digital and streaming platforms worldwide via RCA Records/Sony Music.