"I want the people to hear the music for what it is, and not have any judgments or make any assumptions." — H.E.R.

H.E.R. may stand for "Having Everything Revealed," yet she operates with an air of mystery. The Northern California native is believed to have been born Gabi Wilson, but has never confirmed her true identity. The singer/songwriter's H.E.R Vol. 1 got the attention of many with her cover of Drake's "Jungle," and her  I Used to Know Her: The Prelude debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Top R&B Albums chart. H.E.R. received her first GRAMMY nods, including for Best New Artist and Best R&B Song, at the 61st GRAMMY Awards.  

H.E.R.

"I want the people to hear the music for what it is, and not have any judgments or make any assumptions." — H.E.R.

H.E.R. may stand for "Having Everything Revealed," yet she operates with an air of mystery. The Northern California native is believed to have been born Gabi Wilson, but has never confirmed her true identity. The singer/songwriter's H.E.R Vol. 1 got the attention of many with her cover of Drake's "Jungle," and her  I Used to Know Her: The Prelude debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Top R&B Albums chart. H.E.R. received her first GRAMMY nods, including for Best New Artist and Best R&B Song, at the 61st GRAMMY Awards.  

GRAMMY Award Results for H.E.R.

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Wins
Best R&B Performance
Best Part
Best R&B Album
H.E.R.
Nominations
Album Of The Year
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Best New Artist
Best R&B Song
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