H.E.R. Graces the 'A COLORS Show' to Perform "Carried Away"

Ahead of her next album.

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Back in October, Gunna stopped by A COLORS Show to perform the cut “Top Off” from his Drip Season 3 project. Today, H.E.R. follows up her “Could’ve Been” music video with her own performance on the music series. The latest installment places the young artist in front of a bold blue backdrop as she sings the T-Minus-produced cut “Carried Away” off the I Used to Know Her: Part 2 – EP. H.E.R. complements the theme with shades of blue throughout her apparel as she shares strong vocals on the bouncy jazz-like cut.

Take a look at H.E.R. perform “Carried Away” above and let us know what you’re expecting from her upcoming album. For those who missed out, you can also catch her stop by NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert.

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