For months, H.E.R. was hidden behind her voice, not uncovering her true identity until recently. Now that we all can put a face to the name, she remains one of the most enigmatic stars in R&B today. With an interesting strategy for her next album, H.E.R. is releasing a short EP to get everybody pumped up (or, I guess chilled out) in time for her new release. As I Used To Know Her: The Prelude drops tonight, we introduce one of the most anticipated tracks from it, a collaboration with Bryson Tiller named "Could've Been."
The duet is incredibly smooth and shows off both of their vocal strengths. As Tiller has been somewhat quiet for much of the year, it's nice to hear him on record again and this vibe suits him perfectly. Of course, H.E.R. also does her thing, sounding as beautiful as ever while singing the regretful lyrics, crooning that she could have had a close relationship with somebody before something went awry.
With this being one of the songs that people are most excited about, listen to a preview of it now or, if you're in Australia or New Zealand, peep the full version. Let us know what you're thinking.
I Used To Know Her: The Prelude Tracklist:
1. Lost Souls (feat. DJ Scratch)
2. Against Me
3. Be On My (Interlude)
4. Could've Been (feat. Bryson Tiller)
5. Feel A Way
6. As I Am
We could've been
No I'm holding again
Cause I know in the end
You dream about I think about what we could've been