New Song: Khalid & Disclosure – ‘Know Your Worth’

Published: Tuesday 4th Feb 2020 by Rashad

Just a month after kicking the new year off with new song, ‘Eleven’ (click here to listen), Urban Pop crooner Khalid is back with its follow-up, ‘Know Your Worth.’

Like his Grammy-nominated cut, ‘Talk,’ ‘Worth’ sees the Texas native unite with production duo Disclosure.  Unlike ‘Talk,’ ‘Worth’ is an uplifting tune which sets out to encourage listeners to believe in themselves.

“You don’t know your worth/ All the things I know that you deserve/ Say it’s not real if it doesn’t hurt/ Find someone you know will put you first/ Find someone who loves you at your worst,” he croons on the chorus.

Hear the song in full inside:

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  1. Ugghh February 4, 2020

    Love it!

  2. Clarks0oñ February 5, 2020

    All his songs are basically the same.

    Gurl switch it up.
    Trump supporter and white soccer moms are gonna eat this up tho. They love Khalid

  3. Kel February 5, 2020

    I love him but he needs open up his dang mout in this song! ?

  4. Tori February 5, 2020

    I personally feel as though Lucky Daye is a more creative artist who could prosper being a darksin male. The only thing Khalid has over Lucky is that he’s more pop oriented and has a huge white fan base. The problem BOTH OF THEM have is they don’t have a strong fan base in the AA community. If Khalid fan base turned on him, he couldn’t turn to the black community. He’s never had much presence beyond “Location”. Lucky doesn’t have the right exposure, even after the Grammys. Khalid songs all sound like one looped album, he’s going to start fading into the crowd if he doesn’t find a new lane to experiment with and STOP being the “token black”…unless that’s his thing.

    • J.Nowell February 5, 2020

      O think I can see your point. I personally like his music but there are a select few that I can vibe with; and this isn’t one of them. I feel like I’m only one of the few black people that plays his music too.

  5. J.Nowell February 5, 2020

    I definitely need him to annunciate his words a little more it’s difficult to hear what he’s saying. Khalid is usually more on point with what he puts out; for example songs like:
    – Location
    – Love lies
    – Talk
    – Right back
    – Floating
    Just to name a few are amazing and I love listening to on a regular occasion. But this one just didn’t hit the mark for me. It sounds like he was trying to hard to make it techno with the beat; like something you hear the dj playing in the club but it didn’t work. I’m telling you if he changed up the beat and featured a rapper on this track it definitely would have slayed and gained him some brownie points with a more urban fan base. What do y’all think?

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