Michelle Williams is Coming


Michelle Williams Stuns in New Photo Shoot

In lieu of new music, singer Michelle Williams recently took to her social media pages to share a series of images she recently shot with photographer Cyndi Brown. With the help of stylist J. Bolin, the former DC3 member hit the streets of Los Angeles to pose it up in an assorted array of outfits by designers Charles & Ron.

Naturally, whenever an artist releases new images, fans start speculating about new music. It’s been almost three years since the release of Michelle’s contemporary gospel album Journey to Freedom. The project was highly acclaimed and yielded the modest hits Say Yes and If We Had Your Eyes. Since then, it appears Michelle has chosen to focus on a number of other projects, including her work on Broadway and a home bedding collection called Believe.

However, with April 22nd marking the 15-year anniversary since the release of Michelle’s first solo album, is it possible she may be planning something special? According to Kelly Rowland, who spilled a bit of tea recently while promoting her new book Whoa, Baby!, Michelle is indeed working on a new project, which she called “big” and “top secret.”

Fans hoping that project is a new Destiny’s Child album, however, are out of luck. Kelly shot down rumors of a reunion, saying everyone is far too busy to with their own projects to find time to record a joint album.


  1. She looks good. Damn good. But no one is awaiting new music from Michelle. Of all the D.C. members I think Michelle cares the least about music. She can sings but it’s not really her calling. I think she was at the right place at the right time and this just all kind of happened.

  2. Speak for yourself Dana.

    I consistently listen to the Gospel Medley on Michelle’s Heart to Yours at least 4 days a week for the past year and counting. It’s very DC3. It puts you in a thankful and sanctified mood. Very good while driving. The replay value is high. It may actually be my most played song ever on Tidal. Very glad she included it on the record. Plus, I like that Michelle wrote “Believe in Me” because it’s an awesome song.

    All the records Michelle releases are solid body of work. You feel the confidence and pride in her work because she has it.

    Saw the awesome pictures, but didn’t know exciting things were coming. Perched.

  3. Great images! Good luck to Michelle in all her endeavors.

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