Top 10 Kelly Price Songs

Kelly Price Songs

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Our Top 10 Kelly Price Songs list looks at an r&b and gospel singer. She got her start in music by singing backup for Mariah Carey. She became even more successful by appearing as a backup vocalist on The Notorious B.I.G.’s song “Mo’ Money, Mo’ Problems” and Mase’s song “Feels So Good.” She decided to release her own projects after singing backup for these artists. She was able to achieve success as a solo artist. Her first album Soul of a Woman went platinum. She also appeared on Whitney Houston’s single “Heartbreak Hotel.” Some of her songs include “Friend of Mine,” “As We Lay,” “You Should Have Told Me,” “Not My Daddy,” “This Is Who I Am,” “Take Me A Dream,” “I’m Sorry,” “Heartbreak Hotel” as well as others.

Kelly Cherelle Price was born on April 4, 1973. She got her start in music by singing in the church. Her first professional singing gig was with George Michael. While she was rehearsing for the Grammy Awards, Mariah Carey heard her singing. Mariah Carey introduced her to Tommy Mottola. After the meeting, she became a backup singer for Mariah Carey. She was her backup singer for five years. She stopped working with Mariah Carey and started singing backup for other artists. She decided to become a solo artist and release her own music.

Soul of a Woman was released in 1998. It peaked at number two on the R&B charts and number 15 on the Billboard 200 charts. It features the singles “Friend of Mine,” “Secret Love,” “Take Me to a Dream” and “Soul of a Woman.” The album sold over one million copies thanks to the success of “Friend of Mine.” Mirror Mirror came out in 2000. It peaked at number three on the R&B charts and number five on the Billboard 200 charts. It features the singles “Mirror Mirror,” “You Should Have Told Me,” “As We Lay” and “Married Man.” The album sold over one million copies. Priceless came out in 2003. It peaked at number two on the R&B charts and number 10 on the Billboard 200 charts. It features the singles “Again,” “Sister,” “You Brought the Sunshine” and “How Does It Feel (Married Your Girl).”

Kelly Price released the gospel album This Is Who I Am was released in 2006. It peaked at number nine on the R&B charts and number 54 on the Billboard 200 charts. It features the singles “This Is Who I Am,” “Heaven’s Best,” “God Is Faithful” and “Just As I Am.” She released the R&B album Kelly in 2011. It peaked at number nine on the R&B charts and number 36 on the Billboard 200 charts. It features the singles “Tired,” “Not My Daddy” and “Himaholic.” Kelly Price returned to gospel with Sing Pray Love, Vol. 1: Sing. It came out in 2014. It peaked at number six on the R&B charts and number 64 on the Billboard 200 charts. It features the singles “It’s My Time,” “Through the Fire,” “Think Again” and “Back 2 Love.”

Kelly Price is an underrated artist. She is one of the artists who had to work hard to prove that she belonged in the music business. She wasn’t built the way the other artists were so she needed to have pipes of gold to be able to be taken seriously as an artist. She has a beautiful and soulful voice that deserves to be heard by everyone. Our Top 10 Kelly Price Songs list gives us a chance to give her the flowers she deserves. Our list will feature her best songs.

# 10 – Ain’t Nobody

The first song on our Top 10 Kelly Price Songs list is “Ain’t Nobody” from the Bringing Down the House Soundtrack. The song has an r&b sound. The bouncy song is about a man that makes her feel good. She believes no other man could love her the way he does. Every woman wants to have a man that makes her feel like she wouldn’t want to be loved by any one else.

It’s good for men to have a song dedicated to them where their backs are being kicked in. This track was originally recorded by Rufus and Chaka Khan. Kelly Price recorded this remake for the movie. The song doesn’t fit for the movie, but it can fit for listeners who have men in their lives who treat them the way Kelly Price described in the song.

Kelly Price took a chance recording this track because this song is closely linked to Chaka Khan as well as Rufus. Chaka Khan is a diva who has a powerful voice so Kelly Price had an uphill battle on her hands covering a track that was so closely linked to her. Anyone who is familiar with Chaka Khan’s voice knows that she reaches for the stars when she sings.

Kelly Price has a church background which means that she’s familiar with singing big songs. Did she pull it off? Kelly Price did a great job with this track. She did runs in the song that Chaka Khan didn’t perform in the original version of it. Her voice isn’t as high as Chaka Khan’s so she couldn’t quite hit the high notes in the same manner. Kelly Price mostly stuck with the original version of the song. The music is a little different. There are slight differences with her version of the song versus the original one. She gets an A- for the effort on this cover.

# 9 – Through the Fire

The next song on our Top 10 Kelly Price Songs list is “Through the Fire” from the album Sing Pray, Love Vol. 1. The song has an r&b beat. The longing song is about a woman who has met the love of her life and she’s willing to put it through any test. She wants to be with him no matter what happens. She would risk it all to be with him. We all want to have a love where you would risk anything to be with the love of your life. This is another song that Kelly Price covered by Chaka Khan. She took another chance because this ballad was a hit for Chaka Khan.

Kelly Price’s version of “Through the Fire” starts off like a stripped-down version. As the song progresses, it sounds like a jazz song. Chaka Khan’s version of the song sounds like an r&b and adult contemporary song. Kelly Price’s version has more instrumentation in it. Let’s compare vocals on the song. Chaka Khan’s vocals were mind blowing on the track. Her voice went to heights unknown when she hit the high notes. Kelly Price tried to achieve the same feat, but it didn’t quite work out for her.

Kelly Price hits big notes, but they weren’t the same towards the end of the song. She didn’t push herself at the end of the song the way she could have done. We know it’s not fair to compare the two artists, but she did cover a song that Chaka Khan recorded so it was natural to compare their voices. If this weren’t a cover song, Kelly Price’s vocals would have been spectacular. She proved she was the right person to cover this ballad. She made the song her own while maintaining the quality of the original.

# 8 – I’m Sorry

The apologetic song is from the Kelly album. The song has an r&b beat. The remorseful song is about her forgiving herself for not putting herself first. She is accepting her apology for letting a man get in the way her loving herself. He took advantage of her and she let him do it. She wanted to apologize to herself for letting him do that to her.

She wants to love herself again after the way he treated her. This is not a song that makes men look good at all. She definitely gets her turn at kicking a man’s back in. This is the type of song that will hit differently if you are dealing with a man who took advantage of you. This song will have you sitting in a quiet room with a drink in your hand. It will have you thinking how much her words hit home.

You may find yourself nodding in agreement with everything she says about giving her love to a man who wasn’t worthy of her. This track wasn’t a single from the album. That was definitely a mistake on the producer’s part. Women would have clamored to listen to a track like this one. This is a song a lot of women would have needed to hear in their lives. Kelly Price hit the nail on the head with this song.

It’s deep and it’s different. There aren’t too many people who sing a song about apologizing to themselves. Her vocals are off the charts. Her church background showed up in the song. She will give you goosebumps as you listen to her beautiful voice. We do have one complaint about the song. She let the song drop after the big buildup towards the end of it. We were right with her while she was belting after the bridge only to be let down at the end of the song. It deserved a smoother finish and the song would have been flawless.

# 7 – This Is Who I Am

The inspirational song is from the album of the same name. The song has a gospel beat. The encouraging song is about being grateful for what God has done for her and how she owes Him everything. She wants to spread the word of God. She wants to share it with everyone. Kelly Price got the chance to return to her roots when she recorded the gospel album This Is Who I Am. She grew up singing in the church so it made the most sense for her to record a gospel album. This is the type of song that will make you feel good. You can listen to this song when you are feeling down and need help. You can also listen to it when you are in a good mood.

Kelly Price wrote this beautiful song so you know it comes from her heart. She proved that she could write gospel song with as much passion as her secular songs. She wasn’t holding back when she wrote these lyrics. The music is upbeat and lively to match the theme of the song. The track doesn’t sound like a traditional gospel song. It sounds like it could be an r&b song or an upbeat jazz song.

We like the way she sings this song. The music changes and hits hard at different points of the song. Kelly Price accommodates that by singing in time with each beat change. It sounds very good when she sings in time with the music. The background singers also do an amazing job on the track. They sound just as good as she does singing the song. She is proof that an r&b artist can switch things up and sing gospel music.

# 6 – You Should Have Told Me

The powerful song is from the album Mirror Mirror. The song has an r&b beat. The forthcoming song is about a woman explaining how her man should have been honest with her about his feelings for her. He said her looks and personality weren’t good enough. She wished he didn’t waste her time. She tells an interesting story about the things she did for him throughout the relationship. She eloquently explains how he played her and led her on throughout their relationship.

She wished he had told her that she wasn’t small or pretty enough. We can tell that she’s hurt by his actions during the relationship. She thought she was doing things right throughout the relationship. Women everywhere will be cheering her on while she sings the lyrics. This song isn’t for men, but they may feel the same way she does. It’s weird that two men helped her write this song,

Kelly Price is in her feelings on this track. She sounds very angry as she tells the story. She sings the song as if she’s been through the pain in real life. She builds up the story until she reaches the climax of the track. The music is melancholy to support the track. She is down so we expect the music to be somber. She certainly isn’t somber on the track. Her vocals are bright like the sun.

She starts the song as if she’s talking to women everywhere. She really kicks things up a notch once she hits the chorus. She lets her passion show when she sings the hook. She sings runs throughout the hook and towards the end of the song. She sounds great in the lead and background vocals. She doesn’t turn the song into a power ballad, but it didn’t need to be one. What she did to the song was fine.

# 5 – As We Lay

The next song on our Top 10 Kelly Price Songs list is “As We Lay” from the album Mirror Mirror. The song has an r&b beat. The regretful song is about a couple who have an affair. A man and a woman belong to other people, but they end up having an affair with each other. She feels bad for what she did to his wife.

She feels she wouldn’t understand what they did to her. Kelly Price talks about not wanting to hurt the woman even though she did it anyway. The lovers did a leap before they look affair. They hurt the people in their lives and then decided to think about the consequences of their actions.

This is another remake on our list. Kelly Price is at home covering songs by other divas. Shirley Murdock made the song famous. This is her signature song and one of the biggest songs of her career. Kelly Price definitely took a chance covering this song. When you think of Shirley Murdock this is one of the songs that come to mind.

Did Kelly Price do the song justice? The answer to the question is yes. She did do the song justice. For some reason, her version sounds almost like a gospel song. Was she trying to get us to overlook the fact that she’s having an affair? The gospel music takes away the fact that the song is about infidelity. Married women may not enjoy this track because she’s talking about infidelity. We have to talk about Kelly Price’s vocals on this track. She sounds incredible on this song.

Her voice is truly a gift from God. She did her thing on this song and she faced an uphill battle because of Shirley Murdock’s version. Shirley Murdock’s version is flawless and Kelly Price nailed it. You won’t forget the original version, but Kelly Price did a fantastic cover of this song.

# 4 – Take Me a Dream

The dramatic song is from the album Soul of a Woman. The song has an r&b beat. The heartfelt song is about a woman who wants her man back in her life. She wants to go back in time to when their relationship was better. She doesn’t want to give up on her relationship. She hopes that she could get him back in her life. She dreams about him being in her life. She also dreams of him taking her in his arms.

She hopes that he would take her back. This is a change from some of her other songs. She likes to sing about men being dogs so this was a change for her to want her man back in her life. She makes him sound like a good man. This song will hit you where it hurts if you are dealing with heartbreak. If you want your lover back, you will definitely be able to agree with what she says in the song.

Kelly Price pours her heart out in this song. She really wants her man back. She hopes he will change his mind and come back to her. She wrote such heartbreaking lyrics. We have to wonder if she was dealing with this situation because she wrote it as if she’s hurt. The music is beautiful and is perfect for this haunting song.

The song has orchestral swells that make the song sound dramatic. The string section will take your breath away. Kelly Price’s vocals are amazing. She remains in character throughout the song. She will blow you away with her vocals. She manages to hit high notes after the bridge. She won’t disappoint you with this song. She turns it into a power ballad at the end of the track. You will want to keep it on repeat.

# 3 – Heartbreak Hotel Whitney Houston ft. Kelly Price and Faith Evans

The bitter song is from Whitney Houston’s album My Love Is Your Love. The track has an r&b track. The anthemic song is about the end of a relationship. The women talk about a cheating man. He wasn’t there for her the way he was supposed to be. He constantly broke promises to her and expected her to be okay with it. She had enough and kicked him to the curb. She welcomes people to the “heartbreak hotel.” This is the type of theme women can sing everywhere if they are dealing with heartbreak. This song is relatable if you are going through a bad breakup.

This track is the only time Whitney Houston, Kelly Price and Faith Evans recorded a song together. This was a once in a lifetime opportunity for Kelly Price and Faith Evans to record with the great Whitney Houston. This song is a bouncy track considering it’s about heartbreak. You can bop your head to the beat as you listen to the excellent lyrics. This song will make you dance. Whitney Houston could have easily sang this song alone, but she allowed the ladies to join her.

They are able to keep up with Whitney Houston. It’s not that easy for people to be able to sing with the power diva herself. Whitney Houston allowed Kelly Price and Faith Evans a chance to shine on the track without dimming the light on herself. They sang well together and it’s a shame we’ll never get the chance to hear them sing together again.

# 2 – Not My Daddy ft. Stokley

The reflective song is from the Kelly album. The song has an r&b beat. The emotional song is about a couple who want to get back to loving each other instead of parenting each other. People don’t want their lovers to be their parents. They don’t want to be told what to do by the person they love. They just want to love each other.

People don’t sing songs like this one. They want to be treated like lovers. You might be confused by the title of the song. It seems like they would be singing about not giving each orders. You might think it’s a bitter song and not a song to repair the relationship. This is a track that would help repair a broken relationship. If you are dealing with a relationship that feels more like a parent and child thing, you should listen to this track. It’s for couples who are in a rut.

Kelly Price and Stokley are fabulous on this track. They trade lyrics back and forth. She tells the story from her point of view and he tells it from his point of view. This song will resonate with men and women. The music is outstanding. You could get lost listening to the musicians at work. The beat is infectious. We have to get back to the singing. Their voices were made to sing together.

There aren’t enough words to describe how great they sound on this track. Kelly Price has a big voice so it would be hard for a male singer to compete with her. Stokley proved he was the man who could do it. His voice is just as powerful as her voice is once they hit the hook of the song. He belts just as much as she does towards the end of the song. At one point, it’s a challenge to know which one is singing. Their voices blended together so it was a little difficult to tell who was singing. This song was nominated for a Grammy and we’re not shocked by it.

# 1 – Friend of Mine

The number one song on our Top 10 Kelly Price Songs list is “Friend of Mine” from the album Soul of a Woman. The song has an r&b beat. The melodramatic song is about a woman whose husband cheated on her with her best friend. The cheating is bad enough, but he did that with her best friend.

She has every right to be bitter about it. It’s a terrible thing to do to your friend. People have a hard time dealing with cheating, but it’s even worse when the betrayal is with your best friend. That type of betrayal would be hard to get over. If you have gone through this type of pain, we won’t be surprised if you find yourself screaming along with Kelly Price.

This is the track that helped put Kelly Price on the map. This is her breakout single. We can see why that was the case. The song is dripping with drama and controversy. People don’t usually sing songs about their best friends betraying them in that way. It happens in real life, but it’s not usually discussed in songs. Kelly Price did an amazing job telling a realistic story. She wasn’t afraid to tackle this subject.

She took it head on and she was the winner. It makes you wonder if she went through it since she wrote this track. She has the voice of an angel. This song is proof that she is an underrated singer. Her vocals are flawless on this track. She turned the song into a power ballad towards the end. She held notes and did runs that will blow you away. There is a remix of this song that features R. Kelly and Ron Isley. We chose to put the original version on our list because it showcases her vocals beautifully.

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