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After professing his admiration for a woman’s “physiology” on the sexually infused track, “If You’re Ready To Learn,” Brian Mc Knight is ready to shift back to his conventional sound with the release of, “More Than Words.” Tentatively set to hit stores on April 2, Mc Knight’s e One Music release features 16 tracks and marks his first new album in two years.
During a recent interview with the Huffington Post, the “Anytime” crooner shared details on the project, in addition to his thoughts on possible repercussions stemming from the controversial adult track.
And hopefully they don’t take their self that seriously.
Nobody’s out there protesting the music of today, they just decided that they only want that from certain people. So I decided to make a parody based on that fact, and I was right.
Mc Knight's work has earned him 16 Grammy Awards nominations, though he has never won.
Judging from the video to the album’s lead single, “Sweeter,” it appears that you added a double entendre to the visuals. There was a movie, a Mickey Rourke flick back in the day, called “Nine 1/2 Weeks,” and that’s where I stole one of the scenes from.
I never stopped writing, it’s just the way that the business is now you just try to find a different model.
But once I started writing I said to myself, “Maybe, I’ll do one more, let’s see what happens.
So I did a song that I still think is one of the cleverest songs that I’ve ever written, but I realized that people don’t listen to words. Because there’s “Made For Love,” which makes me want to drop the top down and just cruise through L. But then you have a song like, “The Front, The Back, The Side,” which talks about meeting someone, next thing you know they’re sending you pictures from this angle, and that angle. [Laughs] You also incorporated some Jazz on “I Didn’t Really Mean To Turn You Out.” You know why I did that?
All they do is focus on the parts that they may find offensive and sensational. I just want people to take a step back, take a deep breath and actually look at something with a different perspective. Are you concerned that some of your longtime fans may have shied away as a result of the song? With the exception of “Live Without You,” there’s not a lot sadness. To kind of take people’s minds off the fact that I just really said that.