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Album: I Just Wanna - Single

Artist: K. Michelle

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2013
  • Explicitness: cleaned
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2013 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the wor

Tracklist For I Just Wanna - Single By Artist K. Michelle

Title Artist Time
I Just Wanna K. Michelle 3:25 USD 1.29

Reviews For I Just Wanna - Single By Artist K. Michelle

  • Forever a fan of Kimberly M. Pate

    By Hue Dee
    There isn't a song I don't like! Thank you K for giving woman a voice!
  • Whyyyy?

    By Evie123N
    Why would you take such a beautiful voice and waste on such ridiculous lyrics is beyond me! Please take a break go on a retreat and find yourself because if you don't, people will continue to NOT take you seriously. Take notes from some of the great voices out there out there now. You have the potential to be one of them making great hits. I honestly do wish you all the best!
  • Waste of talent

    By SamNYC4870
    To the artist: You were blessed with the voice of an angel but singing words of nonsense is a true waste of your gift. Sing about something meaningful and you will be a huge star. Guaranteed. All the best ~ Sam
  • Unladylike!!!!!

    By MsDanyelle
    A hot boiled peanut mess!!!!! This song is nothing that I would to purchase or ever listen to.
  • Too much talking

    By zubybaby
    Not a single she can do better then this she just talked this is not singing but still love your different Hair styles tho
  • WTH was that?

    By Jusus2
    She talked through the song. It really wasn't singing. She has a nice voice that was grossly misused.
  • Hated it!!

    By lady demi
    Too much for an R&B song! unlady like and so unclassy. It's like she just talking through the whole thing and not singing!
  • Love love 💗💗

    By Rockstar1001
    K Michelle killed this song as usually she sings what people want to say but are afraid of saying love you k 😘
  • K

    By @DizzyFire
    I loveeeee u K! Loveee this song n your voice
  • Umm, no.

    By DanyL007
    Terrible lyrical content (reflects her personality disorder) and you are no Keisha cole. Next...

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