Anne-Marie & H.E.R. Perform on Together at Home
- British singer-songwriter Anne-Marie and American singer-songwriter H.E.R. joined in Global Citizen Together at Home via Instagram stream live.
Anne-Marie performed “2002”, “Rockabye”, “Her”, “Birthday”, “Ciao Adios”, “Friends” and “Perfect to Me”.
"The reason why we’re doing this is because of the coronavirus," Anne-Marie said. “These organizations are helping to raise money for that. Go head to globalcitizen.org/coronavirus.”
Anne-Marie shared how she’s personally having a hard time staying indoors in London due to lockdown because she’s used to traveling the world. “I'm used to going there around the world and being outside so this kind of hard for me. This show is helping me out,” she said. “I hope it’s bringing you some joy.”
After performance, she added, “Let’s appreciate being indoors,” she said. "Let’s be happy, be creative, write some songs, draw some art, create some stuff, call your friends, Facetime your family. Do whatever you have to do to keep yourself happy and make sure other people are doing well.”
H.E.R. performed in New York and took requests from the audience, sang covers such as John Mayer’s “Daughter” and Keyshia Cole’s “Love”, and played hits including “Best Part”, “Hard Place”, “Fate”, and “Comfortable”. Also, she teased new songs from her next album. Also, she teased new songs from her next album.
"I hope you guys are staying inside and staying safe, this is very critical. There are over 25,000 cases in New York right now," H.E.R. said.
"The world is healing," the Grammy-winning singer said. "The dolphins that came back, things are growing, and pollution is lower."
"You just have to look at the bright side of things and be positive," she added. "I’m happy that we have music and I’m happy that we have this [campaign] so we’re not alone. Music brings people together."
- source : Global Citizen