Play HER’s new EP ‘I Used To Know Her: The Prelude’

Today, HER released an EP ahead of her highly-anticipated debut.

Photo: Courtesy of RCA Records

HER, the mysterious 21-year-old singer, shares the prelude to her forthcoming debut album. The title of the album is unknown, but the EP is an indication of how it might sound.

HER's cover art for 'I Used to Know Her: The Prelude'
Photo: Courtesy of RCA Records

For a good while, no one saw HER’s face. The world (or general public) couldn’t point the Vallejo, California-native artist out in any room. Her looks weren’t on display. Thus, her enigmatic approach to her musical career left fans to focus on the sweetness of her voice, her storytelling skills, and what makes her special. However though, according to research, HER (real name Gabriella ‘Gabi’ Wilson) has been on the verge since she was ten-years-old. With help from several industry purveyors including Alicia Keys and Rihanna, music lovers were able to learn about the alluring rising star by way of a cosign.

Today, the gifted musician released a new body of music ahead of the highly-anticipated debut LP. Hear the singer-songwriter and musician’s latest, the ‘I Used To Know Her: The Prelude’ EP. The project features DJ Scratch on ‘Lost Souls’ and Bryson Tiller on ‘Could Have Been’.

Written by Richardine Bartee

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One Comment

  1. Lol she’s not remotely mysterious. She merely had used the “don’t connect my stage name to my real name” marketing schtick to gain some notoriety. Everyone who’s heard of her knows who she is now. But she sure loves still talking about her shtick.
    Also, she owes a lot of several artists for setting off her career (and as major influences).

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