H.E.R. Shares Album Prelude EP ‘I Used to Know Her: The Prelude’

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H.E.R. is on fire these days and if you’ve been down since the original Vol. 1 EP, you saw this coming. The multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter completed a U.S. and overseas run of her headlining ‘Lights On’ tour and is now supporting Chris Brown on his tour. Keeping up with her Instagram, it’s obvious she’s also been hard at work on a new album. Today we’re getting the project’s “prelude,” a phenomenal album teaser in the form of H.E.R.’s third EP titled I Used To Know Her: The Prelude.

The six-track EP contains a feature from Bryson Tiller on the hazy “Could’ve Been” where she reminds a lover of what they once shared. Among the other five cuts, the only additional feature is from DJ Scratch on the album’s potent opener “Lost Soul,” a Lauryn Hill “Lost Ones” tapped number that places fame goals and social media hang-ups under a microscope. “A lost soul can’t lead the people,” she chants in an impactful refrain. Personal favorite “As I Am” is the perfect number to get you right back in your bag whenever you forget who you are.

Listen to H.E.R.’s I Used To Know Her: The Prelude below.

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