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Exclusive: Michelle Williams Talks New Gospel Album

Destiny’s  Child graduate Michelle Williams recently announced that she is returning to her first true love – Gospel.

We caught up with the ‘Do You Know’ singer during the BET Awards festivities, where she dished on the project and its potential collaborators.

Hit ‘PLAY’ and check out what she had to say above and watch Michelle soar on TGJ’s The Splash below…

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  • July 7, 2012 at 9:49 am
    POP ROYALTY ( Révolution) says:
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    Gospel ? album ?

    Good Luck with that , michelle.

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  • July 7, 2012 at 9:50 am
    MICHELLE says:
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    THANKS FOR THE INTERVIEW THE FRUIT JUICE!
    EVERYONE MAKE SURE YOU BUY MY NEW DANCE/GOSPEL ALBUM NEXT YEAR! THANKS YALL!

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    LOL Replied:

    This is SO not Michelle. stop this please

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  • July 7, 2012 at 10:00 am
    LOL says:
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    LOOOOOOVE Michelle
    she’s so beautiful, powerful and stylish can’t wait for that album will definetly buy it LEGALLY

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  • July 7, 2012 at 10:27 am
    KANG !!! says:
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    SHE LOOKS LIKE AN EX BEYONCE’S BACK UP DANCER ?
    MICHELLE ROWLAND ? ANYWAY, HER ALBUM WILL FLOP :lol:

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  • July 7, 2012 at 10:37 am
    monstarebel says:
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    FLOP!!!!!

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  • July 7, 2012 at 10:54 am
    JazThatBoi says:
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    She didnt necessarily say it would be gospel. It could just be an inspirational type CD. Maybe like India.Arie or something…i think that would be cool. Also to the haters: I really hate when ppl say someone’s gonna flop. Youre putting that neg. energy in the air and alot of times those albums flop because of that energy. Im sorry but Michelle’s album “Unexpected” was a very good album but it flopped because ppl had preconceived ideas about Michelle. Give the music a chance at least.

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  • July 7, 2012 at 10:55 am
    Damani Mckie says:
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    Y’all are the worst. Gospel is her niche. And y’all fail to remember that her first two gospel albums were the highest selling gospel albums of that year. So whose a flop? Everybody have been successful in their own way. She still makes millions while u no life’s are making a 9-5 …. Meh done talk.

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  • July 7, 2012 at 10:56 am
    Aaronomical says:
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    I Cant Wait!! Especially if Kirk Franklin & Chrisette Michele get featured, it’s gonna be Epic! And for all you saying “Flop”, please note that All of your prayers are going to Jesus’ spam folder.
    http://www.Aaronomical.com

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  • July 7, 2012 at 12:30 pm
    Jonathan Gardner says:
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    YAS MICHELLE! Make that comeback to the #1 spot on the Gospel chart.

    Looking forward to this! Jazz Nixon? Yas, “Hungover” from her last album was HOT and he did that. That track is so crunk.

    Really excited to hear this album. I’m all here for a Chrisette Michele collab. Michelle and Chrisette both have, beautiful, jazzy voices.

    This is gonna be another stellar album for Michelle.

    TO ALL THE HATERS – Michellle has TWO best-selling, chart-topping gospel albums, Heart to Yours (2002) and Do You Know (2004), the first of which stayed on the gospel albums chart for 42 weeks and won Michelle a MOBO Award.

    Furthermore, she’s proven she can find success outside gospel with Unexepected with spawned two dance number ones, UK top 50 hit “We Break the Dawn” and “The Greatest” (#39 on the Billboard Decade-End Dance chart from 2000-2009)

    I won’t even get onto how many times she’s headlined on Broadway and the West End. SLAYNITRA Michelle Williams stays getting payed while y’all obese keyboard warriors stay typing when you should be trying to shift off those pounds,

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  • July 7, 2012 at 7:58 pm
    Ry247 says:
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    Hmmm i love michelle her last album “Unexpected” is a classic in my opinion and is waaaay underrated….but i don’t think i will by her next album if it’s a gospel album…i hope she is very successful with it but i do think gospel music will only appeal to a certain demographic…but ye basically it probably won’t be my cup of tea and it may not do so well against other mainstream albums in the charts….

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