Award-winning songwriter Kandi Burruss may end up changing the long believed title of her sophomore album. Originally titled ‘B.L.O.G.,’ Burruss now seems to have had a change of heart.. “At first, I was going to call it “B.L.O.G.” because I was inspired by some of the things I read on the blogs. Now I’m feeling like I should called it “Fly Above,” Burruss told the Associated Press recently. “I’m overcoming stress and drama.” First mentioned during her first season on Bravo’s ‘The Real Housewives of Atlanta,’ Burruss’ album will be released on Asylum Records. Already garnering attention, due to the aptly titled single “Fly Above,’ Burruss hopes people will be able to relate to the varied topics covered on the album — including the death of her at one point fiance,’ AJ Jewell, and ‘The Real Housewives of Atlanta’. “Some of the songs were written prior to the show,” Burruss says of the album. “Half of the songs were written during my relationship with A.J. With the “Housewives” show you get the visual. So this album is the soundtrack to the show.” Burruss’ last album, “Hey Kandi” was released in 2000, spawning the hit single “Don’t Think I’m Not.”