In an excerpt of her blog, she writes,“Who stands off at an award show because they don’t win?Using ugly words could give off the wrong impression.“Good luck finding a good White man who understands your journey. I’ve got 20 Black male friends, who are all good men who take good care of their wives, and good care of their children. Maybe the women have to take better care of their men.
Chrisette Michele is a songstress/pianist who operates within the genres of R&B, Jazz, Soul and Hip-Hop Soul, who's collaborated with some the biggest names in the game.
Throughout her career, the Patchogue, New York native has released four studio albums and two mixtapes, and worked with Nas, Eve, Kanye West, 2 Chainz, Ghostface Killah, Iman Shumpert, The Game, Ruben Studdard, Eric Benet, Raheem De Vaughn, Sunni Patterson, Jay Z, The Roots, Drake, Rick Ross, Robert Glasper Experiment, Musiq Soulchild, Ne-Yo, will.and more, and continues to put in work.
In fact, she issued a scathing statement against the genre, which led to the ending of Michele and Ross’s relationship.marks the 33-year-old's fifth studio album and the first time fans have been given new music from her in three years.
According to This Is Rn B, the album will be released on June 10 and is available for pre-order now.
I apologize It's been too long [Verse 1: Chrisette Michele] Yeah, I know it you don't mean it when you act a mess Yeah, that's your ego filling up your big chest Just rub me, wrong me and walk away, some flowers later Pop bottles later I still can't hate you [Pre-Chorus: Chrisette Michele] But I act like you know I'm fliest, you make no mistakes I don't ride with you, you be pushing it, baby, pump them breaks [Chorus: Chrisette Michele] I'm equal, I'm half of you That ego don't look good on you [Verse 2: Chrisette Michele] I normally don't talk like this, I'll let you leave You usually walk beside me, not in front of me I got bigger problems, independent in my nature Pop bottles later I still can't hate you [Pre-Chorus: Chrisette Michele] But I act like you know I'm fliest, you make no mistakes I don't ride with you, you be pushing it, baby, pump them breaks [Chorus: Chrisette Michele] I'm equal, I'm half of you That ego don't look good on you [Verse 3: Rick Ross] (You know wassup, don't you?
Chrisette Michelle is back with new music for the summer with a little help from Rick Ross.
“I met her and we were 16 years old and she was the president of the Black student union and I was just a silly White boy who didn’t understand or have compassion.” When asked how he felt regarding the media’s opinion that African American women are better off dating white men, Thicke responded; “I think that’s ridiculous.
There are so many good Black men out there that are hardworking, decent, and handsome, you know?
The R&B songstress and the Hip Hop heavyweight have teamed up again for Chrisette's latest single titled "Equal," from her upcoming fifth studio album .
The ego, don't look good on you," she sings on the song's chorus.
RELATED: President Obama Calls Black Music "Some Of The Most Powerful Art The World Has Ever Known" Rick Ross is Giving Young Scholars a Chance to Succeed A mid-tempo track with an easy-listening feel to it, "Equal" hears Chrisette reminding the man in her life that she brings just as much to their relationship as he does.