Hot Shot: Chrisette Michele’s Shares New Album Cover

Published: Wednesday 10th Apr 2013 by Rashad

From the looks of things there will be Better days ahead for Chrisette Michele fans.

After months of teasers the ‘Charades’ singer has unveiled the cover to her fourth studio LP ‘Better’.  Due June 11th from Motown Records, the album is set to feature a number of big names including Musiq Soulchild, Wale, 2 Chainz, etc. and follows her well received mixtape ‘Audrey Hepburn:  An Audiovisual Presentation‘.

Joining songstress India Arie, Kelly Rowland, Ashanti, Ciara, and many more with her release, it appears R&B will be alive and well this summer.

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  1. Mother Mariah April 10, 2013

    Yeeeeessss Ms Michele that body is looking amazing!

  2. POP ROYALTY ( RUDE BOY) April 10, 2013


  3. RICHANDBLACK11 April 10, 2013

    Black beauty

  4. NavyNick April 10, 2013


  5. SENTFROMUPABOVE April 10, 2013


  6. Soul April 10, 2013

    Own it… All ready brought!

    • Soul April 10, 2013

      bought…Ashanti, Chrisette and India…

  7. King B>Rihanna April 10, 2013

    she looks like a fab rich b****.

  8. XXX April 11, 2013

    now I see where Will.I.Am stole his haircut from…

    Can’t wait for her new album to drop, she never disappoints. Great cover by the way.

    But we all know, Ashanti and Ciara will push back…

    Kelly, don’t know…girl needs to promote that damn song! I mean, it’s a good song…so start performing it!

  9. Faith April 11, 2013

    The last 2 years has being full of crap music except some standouts but 2013 is going to be amazing happy and excited

  10. B****** Brew April 11, 2013

    I love chrisette, but she still hasn’t released anything that can stand up her to her debut.
    I hope this album does well and its as great as the debut.

    • Navy Sailor!!! April 11, 2013

      Huh, Epiphany was a great album. A little more on the pop side, but great nonetheless. Everything after that was a FAIL.

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