Earlier this year, Diana Gordon made her first release a powerful depiction of her life story, ‘The Legend Of’. Entertainment Weekly called the song a “tour de force of R&B-infused pop,” The FADER praised her as “radiant [and] in-command” and Vogue predicts “all eyes on Diana Gordon”.
Pitchfork calls Diana a “prolific writer” for good reason. Diana has written for the likes of Mary J. Blige, Alicia Keys and Jennifer Lopez and collaborated with artists such as Travis Scott. Diana also co-wrote ‘Sorry,’ ‘Daddy Lessons’ and ‘Don’t Hurt Yourself’ on Beyonce’s Lemonade alongside Jack White, huge!
Diana Gordon has just dropped a new track ‘Woman’ and it was debuted, live on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, check it out below! Diana and her band put a James Brown-infused rock and roll touch to the original track ELLE calls “fiery, feminist soul/R&B pop”.
Stream/Download ‘Woman’ here.