Singer Michelle Williams is back with the inspirational visual for “Believe in Me,” the fourth single to be released from her 2014 album “Journey to Freedom.”
The Matthew Cherry directed clip is the product of a competition Michelle held online last month. Williams asked fans to record themselves singing along to the tune to win a chance to appear in the video. read more » » » »
Singer Michelle Williams stopped by New York’s Power 105.1 Breakfast Club show earlier this week to do a bit of promo for her just released album ‘Journey to Freedom.’
Michelle touched on quite a few topics, including the singer’s non-existent feud with fellow R&B diva Keyshia Cole (so old, the media need to let it go already), her bout with depression and her upcoming gospel-inspired reality show ‘Fix My Choir.’
Michelle kept it classy as always, and surprisingly, Charlamagne Tha God was actually polite. read more » » » »
Singer Michelle Williams has unveiled the cover art to her fourth solo CD “Journey to Freedom,” due out September 9th.
The new album will feature production from Harmony Samuels, Brian Michael Cox, Timbaland and is expected to be released independently via eOne Records.
Previous singles released from the album so far include “If We Had Your Eyes,” “Fire,” and my personal favorite, “Say Yes,” a cover of a popular Nigerian gospel song which features Michelle’s Destiny’s Child band mates Kelly Rowland and Beyonce Knowles. read more » » » »
Singer Michelle Williams has unveiled the artwork for her “Say Yes,” single, officially available for pre-order via iTunes today.
An unauthorized version of the single, which features Michelle’s Destiny’s Child bandmates Kelly Rowland and Beyonce Knowles, was leaked last week.
The single, a reworked version of a popular Nigerian gospel song, hit the web and quickly garnered Michelle’s rave reviews from several prestigious music bibles, including Rolling Stone and Billboard. read more » » » »
In a recent interview to promote her new film “From the Rough,” Toya was asked what she thought on the recent online bullying Michelle has been subjected to, particularly the long-trending Twitter hash tag #PoorMichelle.
According to LeToya, she was unaware of the tag, but goes on to call it “gross,” and says she wishes people would think before they use social media to attack people in the public eye. read more » » » »
Former Destiny’s Child singer Michelle Williams has teamed up with Playtex to become the face of their Play On Playbook campaign, a social media program that celebrates confident women who laugh off life’s curveballs and persevere with grace.
As the campaign’s official spokesperson, Michelle will share her own personal Play On moments via Playtex’s official Facebook page. The “On the Run” singer will also invite other women to share how they navigate life’s many wardrobe malfunctions, bad dates, face plants, and other little challenges. read more » » » »
Last week singer Michelle Williams gave us a taste of her new single “Fire.” This week, Michelle goes a step further and unveils the cover art, which was shot by photographer to the stars, Derek Blanks. “Fire” will be released in its entirety later today. It can also be had bundled with Michelle’s previous single “If We Had Yoyr Eyes,” should be choose to buy it from Walmart.
So, what do you guys think of Michelle’s cover look? I love it- though I must admit- she looks like the ultimate Church Lady.
Singer Michelle Williams has a freebie for all her fans who buy her new single “If We Had Your Eyes” from Walmart.
According to Michelle, the Walmart version comes bundled with a second single, “Fire,” which you can get a quick listen to below.
Michelle’s upcoming fourth solo CD, “Journey to Freedom,” will be released sometime in early 2014 and features what she calls a “ratchet urban sound.”
As for a possible reunion with her Destiny’s Child bandmates on the new album, Michelle says that won’t happen, but another unexpected collabo will.
“I have some beats on this album that are really turnt up,” Michelle told Billboard. “I also collaborated with somebody that people are gonna be shocked about. It’s really amazing. The fans are going to go crazy when they hear it.”
With the video for her new single ‘If We Had Your Eyes’ set to drop this Tuesday, September 3rd, singer Michelle Williams has decided to give fans a preview of what they can expect.
Michelle posted a behind-the-scenes video via her Facebook page today, as well as a thank you to the nearly 20,000 fans who have downloaded the single via iTunes since its release almost eight weeks ago.
The video’s director, photographer D. Blanks, says fans should get ready to “see a side Michelle they have never seen before.”
Singer Michelle Williams is covering the latest issue of Michigan Avenue Magazine. Michelle’s interview was conducted by fellow R&B singer Deborah Cox, who like Michelle, has spent quite a few years on Broadway appearing in musicals and making a name for herself as an actress.
Michelle shared several exclusives with Michigan Avenue, including the title of her upcoming album, tentatively set for a late fall/early winter release.
According to Michelle, ‘Journey to Freedom’ is almost complete and will feature the writing and producing skills of Brian Michael Cox, Harmony Samuels and will be released via the singer’s own newly formed EOne Records.
Read below for excerpts, as well as the photo shoot and behind-the-scenes video.
Deborah: How does your upcoming album, Journey to Freedom, focus on your life? Michelle: 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.
Deborah: How have Beyoncé and Kelly influenced you as a solo artist? Michelle: 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.