California-born singer, H.E.R, drops new reggae-infused track dubbed Do To Me, inspired by Sister Nancy’s 1982 track “Bam Bam“.
Do To Me is the songstress follow-up track to a long list of songs which includes I’m Not OK and I Can’t Breathe released last month in the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Speaking on the hypnotizing power of love, H.E.R utilizes this track to express how incomprehensible it is, what love does to her.
“Wait, what did you do to me? Way past infatuation, this connection that we make…”
Also, Skip Marley spoke of the instant chemistry he shared with the R & B singer while working on their collaboration – “Slow Down“. Could this be…?
At the moment, we don’t know whether or not this recent track would be part of her debut album, H.E.R leaves no news but give fans a glimpse into what to expect:
“In general, I definitely want to hear more records with chord changes and more people taking pride in the quality of the sound rather than just taking a loop and putting a beat under it. People like Quincy Jones and even Rodney Jerkins perfected their mixes and made sure each instrument was doing the right thing. They were looking for that feeling, as opposed to looking for that hit.”
The California-native also recently unveiled H.E.R. x DIFF sunglasses collection with DIFF Charitable Eyewear.
Stream Do To Me below