A feature from the artist’s new collection “KIMBERLY: The People I Used To Know.”
K Michelle just discharged her fourth studio collection KIMBERLY: The People I Used To Know, and indeed, it’s a flexible accumulation of melodies. At 21 tracks, it’s impressively longer than the Memphis artist’s different activities, yet it just contains two visitor appearances: Chris Brown on the radio single “In any case,” and Jeremih on “Takes Two,” which sounds prepared to be a solitary too.
The track is a decent portrayal of the LP when all is said in done, containing a touch of an old school season in its guitar test, yet keeping things present day in its contemporary R&B songwriting. Along these lines it feels reminiscent of Sevyn Streeter’s introduction Girl Disrupted, obviously, K. Michelle’s voice can not be confused for anybody else’s, both intense and exact however constantly loaded with identity. She and Jeremih make an extraordinary group, making for a fun, unequivocal two part harmony, that should fill in as a decent section point to the amazing collection.