Pass Or Play? Does Porsha Williams “Flatline” With New Single?

March 17, 2014  |  

 

Looks like Porsha is really trying to establish a singing career for herself. We all remember how she sang during the auditions for Kandi’s stage play when she sang “Amazing Grace.” Personally, I was surprised that she sounded that good.

Now, she’s officially released her debut single “Flatline.”

Earlier this year, she wrote about the process of recording the song:

“I’ve been working on this song throughout the whole divorce and the whole season [of RHOA], mapping out my emotions and putting in things that I’ve gone through,” she explains of her “soulful” sound. “It’s really kind of a documentary of everything that I went through to become who I am now… It’s emotional and it’s me really being vulnerable and just saying the things that a lot of people feel when you have a heartache and break up with someone.”

I don’t know what to say about this song aside from the fact it’s just boring. It doesn’t seem to go anywhere. Perhaps in sticking with the title of the song she wanted to keep her voice a little flat. That’s the only way I can think to excuse what I just heard. I feel bad writing that because I definitely want Porsha to have some type of career of her own but she might need to go back to the drawing board as far as her next single is concerned. This ain’t it.

But that’s just my opinion. After two hours of debuting, the song hit number 37 on the iTunes R&B and Soul top 100. Then it was number 10 a few hours later. So either people are curious or they really like it. Take a listen to the song below and let us know what you think in the comment section, pass or play?

Also, judging by Porsha’s Instagram page, there’s a video in the works. Take a look at the clip of it on the next page.

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