Harmony is a songstress who uses her undeniable confidence to drive every song she releases. Between her lyrics, the artist speaks about being unapologetically herself on a daily, along with personal experiences. "I always aim to be me at face value," says Harmony. "Whether they take as I am or not, I'm going to be true to myself and sound because I'm relatable in all areas."
In the span of her career, Harmony has been crowned Miss New York by Hal Jackson. Additionally, she's opening up for Ne-Yo in the Bronx, which held an audience of 12,000 people.
Harmony is inspired by stellar R&B vocalists like Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, Boyz II Men, and Beyoncé. Rap-wise, she admires Missy Elliot. What also adds the flame to her musical fire is life's hardships.
"They were a driving force for me to listen to music in the first place. It took the pain away," she adds.
When Harmony is putting the pen to the pad, she often references back to things she's witnessed. In like manner, the singer/rapper listens to artists who invigorate her like Nicki Minaj, Summer Walker, Beyoncé, Kelly Price, and Snoh Aalegra. Once it's time to hop in the booth, she'll vibe with producers on original songs and channel these musicians.
Her song, "Something Special," will soon be assisted by a visual, so stay tuned. But, for now, listeners have access to the single on all platforms. Released in 2019, "Something Special" is a pop/R&B offering that's led by a sweet piano number. The lyrics at hand see Harmony wishing to reconcile with her beau.
"I know that you hate me, I know that you don't want me/But please don't hang up, I just had to call you/I just want to say that I'm sorry for the way things ended," she delivers.
As the song continues, Harmony explains why she decided to call it quits, saying, "remember the time when she called my cellphone/she said she's having your baby/why you do me wrong?"
Surprisingly, the song's theme does a 360 once Harmony admits to taking him back and seeing the problems repeat themselves. But, in the end, she came out stronger and wiser.
Before the song ends, Harmony gets back at him by moving on for good. She also declares that she's finally at peace. Instead of rapping, Harmony opts for a softer range.