Not everyone can give you personality and still deliver vocals without it being cringy, this is something K Michelle has always done effortlessly and I think this record is the perfect showcase of that.
After teasing fans with a previews of the track over the last few months, K. Michelle has released her in your face new single, “Wherever The D May Land,” featuring rising Memphis rapper Gloss Up. “Wherever The D May Land” is a catchy sex-positive singalong for listeners where the overall message is to treat men like an option on a spinning wheel. If he or his joystick doesn’t work out, then spin again for a new one… reverse the typical roles, if you will.
“He ain’t nothin’ special, I just wanted him for sex/ Put a line through that n***a, yeah, that’s why he’s called my ex/ Like, “Who next?” I ain’t impressed, I could never be upset/ If I had him, you can have him, I am never gon’ stress,” K unapologetically kicks off the first verse.
Where K shines on this song and many others is that she’s able to talk about things in a way that most R&B singers aren’t able to touch because she’s always been very transparent about who she is, so it all comes across as completely authentic, without compromising the talent which is her voice. A rare combination that you can bet on her for.
The video compliments the song perfectly and was filmed on a farm and features K and her dancers cutting up in a stable, however the horses are replaced with men. In a post on her Instagram page, the singer wrote, “No I’m not leaving the farm ever, bring the Ratchet to me darling😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩”
Gloss Up slides on the with an energy that matches K’s well, something that definitely can be chalked up to then both being country girls from Memphis. Take a look at the video for ‘Wherever the D May Land’ and let us know your verdict. ISSA BOP OR ISSA FLOP?