Tatiana Scott is a rising singer who isn’t a stranger to the stage. The New York City native attended the legendary fame school LaGuardia Arts, where she studied music. She’s performed at New York clubs Green Space and SOB’s as well. The single “IDCU (I Don’t Choose You)” is her first mainstream effort. A soulful, heartfelt moment of clarity, “IDCU (I Don’t Choose You)” is a song about the moment when you realize your worth and choose yourself over everything else. Tatiana received assistance from Venor Yard on guitar and Emmanuel Talton on piano. The track features string arrangements by Charlie Rosen. “IDCU” was recorded and mixed by Grammy award-winning engineer John Kilgore. Tatiana Scott serenades listeners while encouraging them to find strength in letting go. Scott wants her music to speak to the heart of those who hear it. I’d say she’s off to a great start with “IDCU (I Don’t Choose You).” Following her spellbinding performance at the 62nd annual Grammy awards, R&B songstress H.E.R. returns with the single, “Sometimes.” On the offering, the Grammy nominated singer/songwriter fuses her beautiful tone with inspirational lyrics. “Sometimes” is the followup to H.E.R’s remix to “Slide”, her collaboration with Pop Smoke, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and Chris Brown, released earlier this month.