Tweet makes a triumphant return to music with her new single, “Neva Felt This Way.”
Following a four-year hiatus, the Southern Hummingbird returns with a melodic track that showcases her signature vocal capabilities. Over a piano-laced beat, Tweet gets rather personal, detailing a fulfilling relationship boasting undying love and happiness.
“I want this music to touch and soothe the soul of my fans during this difficult time in all of our lives,” says Tweet in a statement about the single.
“Neva Felt This Way” follows Tweet’s singles “I Admit It” and “Remedy,” all of which will be featured on Tweet’s upcoming EP. The project will follow 2016’s Charlene, which peaked at #3 on Billboard‘s Top R&B albums.
Fans have adored Tweet since her hypnotic debut single, “Oops (Oh My),” which peaked at #7 on Billboard‘s Hot 100 chart. Produced by Timbaland and featuring Missy Elliott, the single hailed from her 2002 debut Southern Hummingbird, which also featured “Call Me” and “Turn da Lights Off.”
Tweet has released three solo albums in her career, as well as an EP, and made appearances in several films and television shows such as Honey and The Parkers.
Her signature voice and tone led to collaborations with Karen Clark Sheard, Bilal, Whitney Houston, Monica, Keke Wyatt, Syleena Johnson, Lil’ Mo, Trina and more.
Tune into Tweet’s performance on Essence.com starting today at 3 p.m. EST.
By Rachel George
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