GRAMMYs and Oscar Award-winning singer and songwriter. As well as multi-talented milt-instrumentalists, H.E.R. Is having quite the year so far here in 2022. Presenting at last week’s 94th Annual Academy Awards. As well as getting set to do more headlining tour dates and also opening for Coldplay on their upcoming tour.
The Filipino-American bred talent. Adding to her already four career GRAMMYs with a fifth on music’s biggest night. For the 64th Annual Grammy Awards that took place on Sunday night for the first time ever in Las Vegas. Winning for Best Traditional R&B Performance for her powerfully inspiring and revolutionary anthem, Fight For You. Taken from the, Judas and the Black Messiah, soundtrack.
The biggest moment for H.E.R. On Sunday night though came when she came out in a stunning sparkling purple jump suit on the GRAMMYs stage at the MGM Grand. Opening with a very soulfully amazing rendition of her hit single, Damage. As music legends Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis played by her side. Jam & Lewis jamming out, as H.E.R. disappeared. Only to re-emerge by herself giving a rousing drums solo of her triumphantly celebratory single, We Made It. Really showing her true versatility and talent. As she sang the persevering lyrics to the record about the long ride it has been to achieve all of her career accomplishments.
Just when you thought the performance couldn’t get any better. Travis Barker appearing on drums. While H.E.R. then pulled out a guitar and yet another music legend, Lenny Kravitz. With guitar in tow joined her onstage. As they all jammed out to a rendition of the latter’s 1993 hit single, Are You Gonna Go My Way.
Truly turning the MGM Grand Garden Arena into a mini all-out rock concert. H.E.R. with her electrifying performance. That truly showed off why she is one of this music generation’s most versatile and purely raw talents. Which is why it was by far the best performance of a night that included several great performances. But none quite as memorable, diverse and inclusive as H.E.R. Who gave far and away not only the best performance of the night. But one of the best performances ever in GRAMMYs history.