Michelle Williams Releases 'If We Had Your Eyes'

Michelle Williams new singleGrammy Award winning singer/songwriter Michelle Williams is unveiling “If We Had Your Eyes” (eOne Music), the lead single from her much-anticipated upcoming fourth studio album.

Newly-released today, June 24th on radio and iTunes worldwide, “If We Had Your Eyes” is soon to be a smash hit, with buzz continuing to build for Williams’ new song since her release of a 30-second sneak peek on YouTube.

Fresh from a whirlwind national tour starring in acclaimed musical Fela!, Williams is excited to reveal to fans the journey for her new urban inspirational album, led by this new single.

Produced by Harmony Samuels, “If We Had Your Eyes” has quickly grabbed attention from Williams’ sneak preview, as her powerful vocals and the driving mid-tempo rhythm inspire listeners to examine their faith and God’s perspective with the lyrics:

If we had your eyes, we’d see things right/ If we could just see from your point of view, then most things won’t be as they seem.

Says Williams, “I am so thrilled about the incredible response to the ‘If We Had Your Eyes’ sneak peek so far, and to be finally bringing the song to you! Harmony and I had an amazing collaboration in creating this track, and I can’t wait for you to hear more.”

Fans can chat with Williams further about her latest work and more Tuesday June 25th, live on Ustream. Michelle Williams will also perform at the Essence Festival’s Get Lifted All Star Gospel Tribute honoring Donnie McClurkin and Tramaine Hawkins on July 7th.

From the record-breaking R&B/pop group Destiny’s Child to the top of the gospel charts, singer, songwriter, record producer and actress Michelle Williams has eleven #1 singles, more than 50 million records sold worldwide and over 150 awards including three Grammys.


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