R&B tycoon K. Michelle has officially released the video to her highly anticipated “Just Like Jay” record. As her fifth studio album is scheduled to come out tomorrow, this release could not come at a better time. With new music, new visuals and a full length studio album around the corner, K. Michelle is preparing to own R&B in 2020!
In this visual you will see the songstress dressed like a sexy cowgirl with a red ensemble, with the hat and shoes to match. Her elegant style and graceful vocals reach an all time high as she shows the world why she is here to save the state of R&B. Naming this song “Just Like Jay” is a direct reference to the iconic Jay-Z’s “Fade To Black” documentary and his The Black Album.
Some lyrics that stand out the most on this release include ”I walked away from Atlantic because they wanted me to be Mary J, and the whole time I was thinking who the hell gone be K”. You will hear heavy hitting punchlines all through this song highlighting more of her pain and struggles personally and professionally. Michelle does an incredible job of writing out her life creating yet again another classic record.
As “Just Like Jay” is K. Michelle’s first visual of the year, you can expect many more from the songbird. As the rest of the world awaits her one of a kind masterpiece EP, be sure to tap into some new vibes by pressing play below.
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