Thoughts On K. Michelle’s “More Issues Than Vogue”/ Standouts From The Album:
I will honestly say that this wasn’t her best work. She had initially said that her third album would be her final album. Although I don’t believe she had ever publicly denounced that statement, I don’t think it’s still true. When she finished recording the album, she gave some of her fans an opportunity to hear the album. She held listening sessions, which gave her a chance to hear her fans’ opinions. I believe a fan had taken to social media saying that there would be a next album.
Returning to the album, she didn’t experiment with a country sound. I’ve been following her for a while, and she’s said how she would like to take a different approach and experiment much with a country sound. This album’s sound though is overall a combination of R&B and Pop (more so R&B). They’re a few gems, which include Nightstand, These Men, and All I Got. Because the album was recently released, they’re still some songs that I’m hesitant on whether I like yet (For example: Rich)
The reason I didn’t write about any of the singles she released is because they were slowly growing on me. However, I do plan to continue listening as I’m a supporter of R&B.
Standouts: Nightstand, These Men, All I Got, Ain’t You