Destiny's Child songstress Michelle Williams released a new Christian contemporary single Monday, featuring DC members Beyoncé Knowles and Kelly Rowland, called "Say Yes."
The upbeat single was released to radio and iTunes today, and will appear on Williams' album, "Journey to Freedom."
"Say Yes" was produced by veteran producer Harmony Samuels, and delivers an inspiring message of the power of Jesus. The catchy chorus states, "When Jesus says yes, nobody can say no."
All of the Destiny's Child members have verses on the song, and Williams displays her vocal skills in well-controlled riffs during the song's hook. Knowles is vocally subdued on the track, and truly lets Williams' voice receive the attention.
The rhythmic anthem "continues with furthering the lively, contemporary sounds marking the songs 'Fire' and 'If We Had Your Eyes,'" a press release read.
The debut of "Say Yes" comes on the heels of the announcement that the musical "Jesus Christ Superstar," starring Williams, was canceled.
The first show was supposed to begin in New Orleans on June 9, but was abruptly canceled on May 30. The producers gave no reason for pulling the plug on the 54-city American tour, which also starred former *NSYNC member J.C. Chasez, Incubus' Brandon Boyd, British actor Ben Forster, and the Sex Pistol's Johnny Rotten Lydon.
Following the 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."
Williams has moved on to other opportunities as well. Oxygen recently announced 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.
"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.