Gabriella Wilson, better known professionally as H.E.R., is an American singer and songwriter. Before gaining notability as H.E.R., Wilson rose to fame by participating in Radio Disney's Next Big Thing in 2009. She later signed to RCA Records at the age of 14 and released the single "Something to Prove" under her real name in 2014. Wilson re-emerged in 2016 with the H.E.R. persona, releasing her debut EP H.E.R. Volume 1. She then released subsequent EPs H.E.R. Volume 2, The B Sides, I Used to Know Her: The Prelude and I Used to Know Her: Part 2. Her first compilation album H.E.R. was released in October 2017, consisting of tracks from the singer's first two EPs plus six additional songs. H.E.R. was nominated for five Grammy Awards at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards in 2019, winning Best R&B Performance and Best R&B Album. In 2020, she was nominated for five awards at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year for I Used to Know Her and Song of the Year for "Hard Place".
|Birth name:||Gabriella Wilson|
|Born:||June 27, 1997, Vallejo, California, U.S.|
|Labels:||RCA, MBK Entertainment|
|Associated acts:||Bryson Tiller, Daniel Caesar, Ella Mai, Chris Brown|
|Twitter:||H.E.R.'s Twitter profile|
|Youtube:||H.E.R.'s Youtube channel|
Singer/songwriter named Gabi Wilson but best known by the stage name H.E.R., she has released such songs as "Could've Been" and "Focus."
She started singing at an early age and her parents supported her love of performing.
She once performed a tribute to her idol Alicia Keys.
Her father Kenny Wilson was a member of a local band called Urban Bushmen. Her mother Agnes Wilson is a native Filipina.
She has worked with Nick Cannon.
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- American child musicians
- Pop artists
- Ballad musicians
- African-American female singer-songwriters
- American rhythm and blues singer-songwriters