Maybe, not a Grammy she says in candid lyrics. But she gives fewer fucks than she ever did, which results in a vocal commitment that makes her three previous albums look like warm-ups. As we learned in “Kim K,” she relishes her independence, and we all are waiting on your country album.

Michelle is a throwback to an earlier era of R&B, with honest beautiful lyrics with as a matter of fact personality. Her voice is the remedy to completely moving forward from any situation in “Either Way with Chris Brown”. “Heaven” gives you so much strength and hope in love, she delivers eargasm effortlessly. KIMBERLY: The People I Used to Know may have you missing that 808 like “V.S.O.P.” or a slow jam as compelling as “Drake Would Love Me,” still this is one of her greatest performance, she continues her remarkable four-album streak. Here are a few of our editor’s favorite songs “Kim K”, Talk To God”, “Either Way” and “Woman of My Word”. I don’t know about anyone else, but I can relate to Kimberly: The People I Used to Know on all levels. Plus, there is no better feeling than knowing who you are ten toes down. I salute you Ms. Kimberly Michelle continue to be honest and loyal to you. The best part about this album I believe is the fact she does not hold back. Being a “Woman Of My Word” her word, ladies and gentlemen believe me, you will be hearing so much more from Kimberly Michelle.