Kelly Price is out promoting her new album, "Sing, Pray, Love Vol.1," but while discussing her life and music last week she answered a few questions about her stint on TV One's hit series "R&B Divas L.A."
Admitting that she probably rubbed some people, mainly production, the wrong way, Price says she was singled out and made to look a certain way.
"There was a lot I didn’t agree with and I was very vocal about it and I probably rubbed some people the wrong way. They didn’t appreciate it and they probably said ‘She don’t mind saying what she feels’ so we’re going to let her say what she feels and make it look the way we want it to look. At the end of the day, it’s their thing but Sing Pray Love is my thing," Price shared with the Tom Joyner Morning Show.
Adding that she has no hard feelings, she wants people to understand that what they saw was "out of order."
"That woman is anybody with a good set of cameras and a wonderful set of editors. I don’t take that check anymore so I can say that. It was all me, I own everything I said and I did but I can’t account for when it was seen and how it was shown," Price went on to say. "It was out of order; it was out of context. Some things I got asked to do and it was shown another way."
With her new single, "It's My Time," sitting in the top 5 on the Adult R&B Chart, Price is looking forward to the release of her new album, "Sing, Pray, Love Vol.1," which drops this Tuesday, June 3.
The album features collaborations with Ruben Studdard and Algebra Blessett. It also includes songs like "Neva Been Scared," "Last Night" and "Through The Fire."