H.E.R. Drops Surprise Reggae-Inspired Track Dubbed "Do To Me"
Stream the artist’s new single here.
Late last month, H.E.R. released a single called “I Can’t Breathe” in the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement, along with an accompanying music video featuring footage of protests occurring around the world. Now, the singer and songwriter has just dropped a new track titled “Do To Me” inspired by Sister Nancy’s iconic 1982 song, “Bam Bam.”
Focusing on the theme of love and its hypnotizing characteristics, H.E.R. sings: “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.” Despite R&B being her forté, this isn’t the first time H.E.R. has tapped into reggae. Last November, the songstress dropped “Slow Down” in collaboration with Skip Marley, which she performed live at Jimmy Fallon’s The Tonight Show earlier this year.
You can now listen to “Do To Me” in the YouTube video above and streaming links below.
Elsewhere in music, Kiana Ledé has dropped an intimate music video for her song “Crazy.”