Michelle Williams

New Music: Michelle Williams – ‘If We Had Your Eyes’ [Snippet]

If We Had Your Eyes

After announcing her new single last week, Michelle Williams debuts a 30-second snippet of the soulful number, “If We Had Your Eyes.”

“If we could just see from your point of view, then most things won’t be as they seem/ If we had your eyes,” sings the Destiny’s Child member.

The full song hits iTunes on June 24, while her fourth solo album is due later this year on eOne Music.

Get a preview of what Michelle has in store.

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Michelle Williams Announces New Single ‘If We Had Your Eyes’

If We Had Your Eyes

With Beyoncé on tour and Kelly Rowland about to release her album Talk a Good Game, Destiny’s third child, Michelle Williams, is readying a brand new single, “If We Had Your Eyes.”

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New Music: Kelly Rowland f/ Beyoncé & Michelle Williams – ‘You Changed’

Destiny's Child

Riding high off the buzz of “Dirty Laundry,” Kelly Rowland rounds up her fellow Destiny’s Child divas Beyoncé and Michelle for “You Changed,” one of the most anticipated records off her album Talk a Good Game, due June 18. While not considered a Destiny’s Child song, it’s probably the closest thing to a reunion we’re going to get for now.

“Ladies, ya’ll wanna do it again?” asks Kelly on the kiss-off anthem before B and Michelle chime in with their own verses, which they recorded separately.

Over a soulful midtempo groove, the trio sings about moving on and not looking back after a failed relationship.

Kelly previewed the song during her visit to Raheem DeVaughn’s radio show on BLIS.fm. You can also hear “Gone” featuring Wiz Khalifa and the Kevin Cossom-penned title track in the video below.

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Kelly Rowland, Usher, & Jennifer Hudson Honor Legends at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

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Some of today’s biggest stars turned out to honor some legends at the 28th annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony at Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles on Thursday.

Kelly Rowland took the stage to induct Donna Summer, while Jennifer Hudson paid tribute to the late disco queen with a medley of her hits “Bad Girls” and “Last Dance.”

“I’m pretty sure that me and a lot of you were made to that record,” said the Destiny’s Child diva of Summer’s hit “Love to Love You Baby.”

Oprah Winfrey was on hand to welcome Quincy Jones into the history books, and Usher serenaded the iconic producer with a rendition of Michael Jackson’s “Rock With You,” which Jones produced.

Honoree Public Enemy was introduced by director Spike Lee, with Flavor Flav and Chuck D on hand to accept. Harry Belafonte called the hip-hop group “the gatekeepers of the truth.”

The ceremony will be broadcast May 18 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on HBO.

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Kelly Rowland Reunites with Beyoncé, Michelle Williams on ‘Talk a Good Game’

Destiny's Child

A Destiny’s Child reunion may not be happening anytime soon, but Kelly Rowland is bringing her groupmates together for her new album.

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New Music: Destiny’s Child – ‘Nuclear’

Love Songs

They’re back! The ladies of Destiny’s Child—Beyoncé, Kelly, and Michelle—reunite on “Nuclear,” their first original recording since 2004. Produced by Pharrell (who co-wrote the track with Michelle Williams, James Fauntleroy, and Lonny Bereal), the mid-tempo number appears on their career-spanning compilation Love Songs, due January 29.

The R&B trio will perform “Nuclear” as well as a medley of their greatest hits at Beyoncé’s Super Bowl halftime show on February 3.

What do you think of DC’s new record? Listen and weigh in below.

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Kelly Rowland Honored at ESSENCE Black Women in Music Event

Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams

Kelly Rowland glowed in an orange gown while catching up with her fellow Destiny’s Child diva Michelle Williams at the 3rd annual ESSENCE Black Women in Music event held during Grammy Week. The “Motivation” singer and music industry veteran Sylvia Rhone were honored as movers and shakers.

MC Lyte played DJ and Kelly hit the stage, performing her smash single “Motivation” and reuniting with Eve for their 2007 collaboration “Like This.” Kelly, who is nominated at this weekend’s Grammys, was presented with a platinum plaque by “Motivation” hitmaker Rico Love.

Other attendees included LeToya Luckett, Ne-Yo, Dawn Richard, Melody Thornton, and Melanie Amaro.

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