Tweet is back with the visual for her latest single, Won’t Hurt Me. Since emerging on the scene over a decade ago, the singer-songwriter has become a favorite for R&B music lovers everywhere. Now, after a six-year hiatus, she is back with her fourth album Charlene, a testament to her professional, personal, and emotional evolution. Slated for release in early 2016, Charlene is a soulful, beautifully candid album that showcases Tweet’s dynamic vocals, and her artistic writing ability.
Between 2002 and 2005, Tweet cranked out hit after hit, from her provocative premiere single “Oops (Oh My),” the catchy “Call Me” (which went on to be an anthem for Verizon ads) and the hypnotic “Smoking Cigarettes,” from her debut album Southern Hummingbird, to the sultry “Turn Da Lights Off,” featuring Missy Elliott from her sophomore album, It’s Me Again. Tweet says that Charlene will illustrate how much her personal and professional experiences have shaped her. “I’ve evolved as a woman and I am much more wiser now. As an artist, I’ve totally matured vocally. I hope my fans will appreciate that.”
Tweet plans to launch a small theatre tour to support Charlene next summer, but in the meantime you can enjoy the visual for Won’t Hurt Me below.