H.E.R. enlists Chris Brown for new “Come Through” video
The song marks their third collaboration together.
Back in 2019, H.E.R. tapped in with Chris Brown for one of the stand-out tracks on Breezy’s infamously lengthy project Indigo. After “Come Together” was well-received, the two R&B stars knew they had to give people another hit. H.E.R.’s latest release is the Chris Brown-assisted “Come Through,” which finds the two crooning about giving in and seeing the one you really want to see. Today, she presents to official visual, which sees H.E.R. opening it up with her luxurious vocals:
Almost missed my flight today, I look good, even though I feel shitty/ I just got back out this way, you already got plans for the city, call ‘em off ‘cause you call ‘em off for me/ You’re always going on and on, got it all, ask me why I never leave, I don’t go out much
But you should come through tonight, I’m chilling on the Westside, boo/ Call my homegirl, tell your best friend, you can slide too on the low, unknown location
A few months ago, H.E.R. also shared her singles “Hold On” and “Damage,” the latter track which she also performed on SNL the same night. Back in February, the official soundtrack for Judas and the Black Messiah surfaced, revealing contributions from names like Nas, Lil Durk, G Herbo, Rakim, H.E.R., and many more. H.E.R. contributed a powerful single and visual “Fight For You,” which served to empower her people.
H.E.R.’s last full-length project was 2019’s I Used To Know Her. The 19-track compilation included features from DJ Scratch, YBN Cordae, and Bryson Tiller. In 2020, she shared a handful of singles including “Do To Me,” “Wrong Places” from Songland,“Slide” and its remix featuring A Boogie, Chris Brown, and the late Pop Smoke, and “Comfortable.” She also provided assists on Skip Marley’s “Slow Down” and Lonr.’s “Make The Most.”
Be sure to view H.E.R.’s brand new “Come Through” visual featuring Chris Brown down below.
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