| Spokenword wrote:|
some people are truly born with a certain level of talent and it is nurtured and perfected over time. even when they were young (before being famous) and they were signing beyonce stood out as a star.
nothing wrong with it. kelly is doing what she can and has been successful at other things in her own right. just because she is not as big as beyonce does not make her any less successful, she is just in her lane dong what she is good at.
certain performers rise above the others and truly become a worldwide powerhouse. i don't think that level was meant for kelly, no matter what team was behind her.
understandably so, but i don't think this is the case with Bey and before her it was Aaliyah they lock the industry down and squash competition. they are fed the best songs first some get leftovers. the biggest problem with Kelly (IMO) is that she is still too polite with her relationship with Bey not to make waves yet you hear rumors about her depression or that Matthew Knowles gave her the option of performing overseas to prevent her from competing with Bey after DC split up and poor Michelle went into non-secular music. talk about unfair play.
I remember Ashanti gave an interview where she said that when Aaliyah was alive she couldn't get a record deal she was told that flat out. which leads me to believe that Bey's dad knew that also it was no secret in the industry thus the birth of DC then as soon as she closed her eyes boom Bey went solo. So, i believe that kelly is forced to ride in the shoulder lane as long as bey is alive