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At only 21 years old, Gabi Wilson, better known by fans as H.E.R. has been making music since 2014, but in her short career already earned a spot on iTunes’ Best of 2016 R&B/Soul Albums list. Additionally, she has earned hundreds of millions of online streams of popular songs like “Best Par,” “Focus” and “This Way.” Now, she’ll be heading to The Royal Oak Music Theatre on Monday, Dec. 3.
When asked what the acronym behind her stage means, H.E.R. said that it stands for Having Everything Revealed. Ironically, the singer started her career in near total anonymity. When asked about this decision in an LA Times piece, H.E.R.’s manager Jeff Robinson said it was a conscious decision.
“Coming out in this kind of way has made her freer so that she can just concentrate on making music, and having people judge the music for what it is,” he said. “She wanted to touch people without dealing with anything else.
Doors open for the show at 7 p.m. She will be performing with artists Bri Steves, and Tone Stith. Find out more information on the show and ticket prices at royaloakmusictheatre.com.