Feast your eyes on ‘If We Had Your Eyes’ hitmaker Michelle Williams and the snaps lifted from her recent appearance in ‘Michigan Avenue’.
Upping the ante yet again on her fashion game, Williams hits another home run in the publication whose feature story sees her interviewed by ‘Nobody Supposed To Be Here’ singer Deborah Cox. Inside, the powerhouse vocalists chat about Michelle’s solo rise to fame, her fourth solo LP, and so much more.
In addition to the tell all interview, Williams also reveals the title of the follow-up to her critically acclaimed 2008 album ‘Unexpected’. You can expect this and more after you tuck in below for the behind the scenes footage of the shoot and its final products:
Album Title: ‘Journey To Freedom’
Via Michigan Avenue:
Read excerpts of the two’s interview below:
DC: How does your upcoming album, Journey to Freedom, focus on your life?
MW: People identify when your music comes from the heart and speaks truth. There was a time last year when I didn’t know if I could record and finish one song, and it took me a while to really be comfortable and allow other people to help me with my thoughts. We had some incredible writers who were able to help me with my own situation, and it really helped deliver me out of some of those dark moments.
DC: How have Beyoncé and Kelly influenced you as a solo artist?
MW: Being in the group that long—with even Bey and Kelly, being in the group that long for them—just rubs off on you. The friendships continue to inspire, but the genres are so different now. I can’t wait for them to hear [my new album], so I can be like “Okay, what do y’all think?” They’re like, “Girl, do this or do that.” But we really try to keep the solo stuff separate.
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