Before H.E.R. takes the stage this weekend on Saturday Night Live, hosted by Adele, the singer-songwriter unleashes a new track titled “Damage.”
On the Cardiak-produced track, which samples Herb Alpert’s 1987 song “Making Love In The Rain,” the California native asks her love interest to handle her vulnerable heart with care.
“If you want me don’t take me for granted / If I’m worth more than you could manage, baby / Oh, you’re fallin’ for me, oh, baby, I’ve caught it / Ooh, we could be whatever you wanna call it / Promise that you won’t let me fall, oh, oh,” she sings on the honest track, which includes background vocals from Ant Clemons.
This week, H.E.R. scored another number-one song at urban radio with her vocal contribution to Lonr.’s single “Make the Most.”
H.E.R. has been pretty consistent in 2020 with releasing music to fans. In January, she released her “Slide (Remix)” featuring the late Pop Smoke, A Boogie wit da Hoodie and Chris Brown. The Grammy-winning singer followed-up with a variety of one-off singles, including “Sometimes,” “Comfortable,” “Wrong Places,” “I Can’t Breathe” and “Do to Me.”
Listen to “Damage” by H.E.R. and watch the accompanying video below.