God, Love, Sex and Drugs

Album: Kimberly: The People I Used to Know (2017)
  • People want Kimberley Michelle to be just one thing, either a saint or a sinner. However, she admits is a complex woman and can't be boxed in. The songstress explained to Billboard why this song speaks about her multifaceted lifestyle.

    "It's controversial because it's saying everything I love: God, sex and a little bit of drugs," the songstress said.

    "It's super funky - the bassline, everything," Michelle added. "If James Brown was around, he'd think the song rocked."

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