K.Michelle is never one to hold back and she’s opening up about her thoughts on blue-eyed soul and Adele’s hit record “Hello”.
The songstress said in a recent interview,
R&B music is very important and they allow white people to sing our music. Blue-eyed soul? That’s some bulls–t. Yeah, I said it. Like, ’Hello’, that’s some bulls–t. It’s a great song and great artist but if a black girl was to sing that very song it would not get played on radio. The things that we are told as black people is not a gimmick, is not a lie. They tell us we can not sing things because we are black. And what [do] we do as a people? We sit around and call our very own artists flops but we’ll run and go buy some blue-eyed soul. The only thing they are feeding us is sex and drugs. There is no black love on the radio. There is no love period or no real music on the radio. They are feeding us, they don’t have to destroy us because we destroy each other.
You can hear K’s full interview, captured by The Shade Room, below:
Keep up with K as she struggles to reinvent her sound this season on K.Michelle: My Life on Mondays at 9:30/8:30c!