Mashonda had better leave my Idris alone. I'll cut a trick!
That photo of Kandi is so much hotter than that janky song.
I happen to like Kandi's new single. Not groundbreaking, but it's a powerful statement, nonetheless. Who doesn't enjoy addressing the 'haters'? I also think the adage of ascending the toxicity of life, is something most of us would do well to remember. To be honest, I don't consider "Fly Above" any less significant than Whitney's "Million Dollar Bill", but ironically, we're exceedingly partial to the mediocrity of Whitney's current vocal state, simply because she was once 'the voice'. Basically, there are FAR worse songs, contaminating the airwaves, these days.
Given the recent adversity Kandi has endured, I think a little less criticism wouldn't hurt.
I never understood this type of reasoning. What does a song recorded months ago had to do with a recent personal tragedy? And why we can't keep the two separate? I also agree that the song's message is a powerful one, but that doesn't mean that the execution wasn't lackluster.
@ ILL MAMI
I never said it did. My point is, favortism and fairness are two seperate things. Yet, we tend to mutually involve the two, based on artist we hold an affinity for. You're correct, the execution isn't outstanding, but it also isn't THAT BAD.