Michelle Williams debuts 'Say Yes' Christian music video feat. Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland
The Destiny's Child singers reunite to give God praise.
Christian singer and actress Michelle Williams released the music video for her hit single, "Say Yes," Wednesday on YouTube. The song reached number one on the Billboard Digital Gospel Songs chart after its June 2 release.
Fellow Destiny's Child members Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland join Williams in the high-energy, tropic-themed video, which has already received over 680,000 views.
"Say Yes" features vibrant clothing, traditional African dance styles, and lively rhythms. The visuals emphasize the triumphant lyrics, and celebrate the joy of the power of Jesus.
The single is the first from Williams' upcoming fourth studio album, "Journey to Freedom." It was produced by industry veteran Harmony Samuels, and features verses from all three of the girls. Williams also exhibits her vocal skills in well-controlled riffs during the song's hook.
The 33-year-old's entertainment career is flourishing in other areas as well.
Oxygen announced in April that she will star in the upcoming reality series "Fix my Choir" with "Preachers of L.A." star Dietrick Haddon. The show will put Williams and Haddon in different school, church, or community-based choirs that need help with their interpersonal relationships and vocal skills. The hosts will serve as mentors for the choirs.
Last year, she expressed interest in doing reality television, if it was the right opportunity.
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"At the end of the day, I still have a life and career to have after this and I just want it to be right. I know that it will but it's just about the right network at the right time," Williams told thejasminebrand.com.
Williams also starred in the Broadway plays "Chicago," and "Aida," and was slated to appear in "Jesus Christ Superstar" with *NSYNC member J.C. Chasez, Incubus' Brandon Boyd, and British actor Ben Forster. The musical was abruptly canceled on May 30.
Following the cancellation announcement, Williams posted a series of self-affirming messages on Twitter.
"No one punishes you more than yourself!! You are worthy!! Love yourself!!" she wrote to her over 650,000 followers.
"Many people have awesome things that they're to be doing but because you don't think you're good enough, you haven't moved on it! #sayyes."