Here’s a roundup of new music from a few Grammy-winning artists to kick off the weekend.
H.E.R. brought us another smoldering R&B ballad with her new single, “Come Through,” featuring Chris Brown. The two showcase their undeniable chemistry on the smooth duet produced by Cardiak and co-written with songwriter Tiara Thomas.
“You should come through tonight / I only kick it with a tight crew / They won’t tell, ’cause they tryna live they best life too / On the low, on my own, I’ll be wavy / Hit me on my phone, I’ll be waitin,'” H.E.R. and Chris sing on the chorus.
“Come Through” follows “Damage” to mark the second single from H.E.R.’s upcoming album, Back of My Mind, which arrives this summer.
Meanwhile, Grammy-winner PJ Morton joined forces with BJ The Chicago Kid, Kenyon Dixon and guitarist Charlie Bereal to deliver a soulful rendition of Sam Cooke‘s classic, “Bring It On Home to Me.”
The James McShane-directed video pays tribute to Leslie Odom Jr.‘s Oscar-nominated portrayal of Sam Cooke in the film, One Night in Miami.
Morton, BJ, Kenyon and Charlie delivered their seamless harmonies from a Los Angeles motel room while wearing dapper suits, evoking the same energy as the film, which was directed by Regina King.
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