K. Michelle has reunited with Sevyn Streeter for her upcoming third album.
The pair previously teamed up on a song entitled “I Can’t Make You Love Me,” which did not make the final cut of K. Michelle’s second album.
Streeter’s songwriting resume includes other works with Ariana Grande (“The Way”), Tamar Braxton (“Pieces”), Chris Brown (“Fine China”), Kelly Rowland (“Put Your Name on It”) and Jessie J (“Keep Us Together”).
Furthermore, her second mini-collection “Shoulda Been There – Part 1” – featuring the Hit-Boy-assisted “Boomerang” and Da Internz-produced “Love in Competition” – is out now via iTunes and all other digital outlets.
Meanwhile, K. Michelle is slated to release her next LP and follow-up to 2014’s “Anybody Wanna Buy a Heart?” later this year through Atlantic Records.
The still-untitled project will boast further alliances with Harmony Samuels (Ciara, Fifth Harmony), Diane Warren (Leona Lewis, Rita Ora), Warren “Oak” Felder (Miguel, Alessia Cara) and Andrew “Pop” Wansel (Usher, Alicia Keys).
Watch the lyric video for “Shoulda Been There” below.