The recordings, which includes Williams, Beyoncé, and Kelly Rowland of Destiny’s Child, were released in conjunction with the publication of Williams’ book, Checking In: How Getting Real About Depression Saved My Life – and Can Save Yours. After Rowland stated she was preparing soup during one recording, Beyoncé stated she was presently working on new song. “I’m cooking some music. That’s Chef Boyardee and Chef Boy-Kelly. ” The singers lauded Williams’ new book in other recordings, with Rowland telling Williams that they’re “so proud of [her].”
“You are so inspirational for both of us, and we just love watching you grow into exactly who you are, and the world sees your impact, wisdom, beautiful advice, and discernment,” queen Bey continued. “We’re really proud of you.” Williams also admitted that she wasn’t always honest about her feelings when performing with the other two. “I’ve been open about a lot of things, but I’ve never been completely honest about how I felt. Even though y’all have shown to be safe – my safe sisters – folks need to know you won’t be looked at differently at times. “Y’all, I’ve been sad for a little too long, you might simply say.”
Since her last solo studio album, ‘Lemonade,’ was released in 2016, Beyoncé has produced a joint full length, “Everything Is Love,” with her husband, Jay-Z, as well as the visual album “Black Is King”, and she also created the music for the 2019 Lion King remake.