The Queen of R&B K. Michelle has officially released her highly anticipated single “The Rain“. Having tapped New Edition’s “Can You Stand The Rain”, this release has set the tone for her forthcoming fifth studio album All Monsters Are Human. The most impressive thing about this release is the songstress’s impeccable vocals over a familiar melody.
On this release K. Michelle gets very sexy and sensual, as she shows the world how much of a creative genius she is. To ensure the success of this single, she tapped hitmaker Jazzy Pha, who killed the production to perfection. You will hear the Memphis native saying things like “I can get it wetter than a thunderstorm, make love from the midnight till the early morn, wakin you up like some Folgers in your cup, that morning brew, that’s what I do”. These concrete lyrics are one of many reasons why “Rain” is a masterpiece.
As K. Michelle continues to show the world how important her voice is, her latest material showcases a more light hearted and sensual side to her music. “The Rain” is for the grown and sexy who appreciate real music, and understand the power of paying homage to those who came before you. The Memphis native openly discusses how much she loves New Edition’s “Can You Stand The Rain” as she have performed it numerous times on tour.
Her desire to push the lines between sexuality and sensuality stand out vividly on this single. But most importantly, K. Michelle reminds fans that REAL R&B is here and thriving like never before. Her passion for her craft and creating a work of perfection, is why she has found so much longevity in the music business.
Press play below to stream K. Michelle’s newest material “The Rain“.
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