H.E.R. Calls On Reggae Artists For Her New EP

“It’s such a big deal and an honour. When I heard the announcement, I was super surprised. View this post on Instagram

A post shared by H.E.R. The EP is expected to be released later this year. The [song’s] message, it really came from my own personal anxiety and looking at the world around me and my perspective of the world and what was going on in the summer of 2020 and the protests in America,” she said. “I felt like Slow Down was one song that made me even want to dive into reggae even deeper. My EP that I’ll be releasing is gonna feature a lot of reggae artistes. (acronym for Having Everything Revealed), who was born Gabriella Sarmiento Wilson at the Grammys. An ongoing trial of Chauvin has found that his actions led to the death of Floyd. has landed in Jamaica as she works on an upcoming reggae-inspired EP as well as a song on DJ Khaled’s upcoming album “Khaled Khaled.”
The soulful singer who collaborated with Bob Marley’s grandson Skip Marley on their hit song “Slow Down” which was nominated for a Grammy, said her EP will feature other reggae artists from within the island. I’m still finishing it up and making sure its great before releasing it.”

“Slow Down” was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best R&B song. I’ve always loved reggae, and now I’m about to do a whole reggae project,” she began. The song was among several nominations for H.E.R. It’s gonna be dope,” she said to local newspaper, Jamaica Observer. According to H.E.R, the ensuing protests and social upheaval weighed heavy on her, and the win for her song was unexpected. I didn’t expect to win it, and there were so many amazing artistes in the same category. “My EP is definitely coming this year. (@hermusicofficial)

“I couldn’t really believe that people listened to the song and it gave them perspective. She eventually walked away with Song of the Year for 2021 for her song “I can’t breathe.”
The song was centered around the Black Lives Matter protests following the death of George Floyd, whose last words were “I can’t breathe,” as a police officer Derek Chauvin kept his knees on his neck for nine minutes. It really means the world to me just because it’s an important message and also very personal to me.”
Meanwhile, H.E.R has not revealed who the artists are who will feature on her EP, but it seems likely that DJ Khaled is lining up the links among the best of Reggae and Dancehall. View this post on Instagram

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Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) Grammy Award-winning soul singer H.E.R. “Me and DJ Khaled have a song together that I’m really excited for people to hear, and he wanted to shoot the video here. H.E.R says after making “Slow Down” she was inspired to make Reggae music, especially since she has always loved the genre.