News One Now Tuesday 10.31.2017 Seg 7 from TV One Vimeo2 on Vimeo. Singer Chrisette Michele recently sat down with NewsOne Now’s Roland Martin for a in-depth interview on what’s she’s coped with this year. After her decision to accept an invitation to perform at Donald Trump’s presidential inauguration, Chrisette has experienced continued backlash from the community. The year 2017 proved that one wrong decision brought a lot of mental and financial heartache for the R&B/Soul singer. She explains to Martin her bout with depression, being recently released from Capitol Records and what has helped her persevere. “When you’re laying in bed naked, next to a bottle of Bacardi and xanex. When you wear pajamas Morning and night. When you don’t pick up the phone for weeks, months. When you’re afraid to look at social media.” | https://t.co/Z04xmfV4sJ pic.twitter.com/xdRhgvK3lX — chrisette michele (@ChrisetteM) October 27, 2017 I complete an entire album and my label decides to walk away from me. Capitol records. I was quiet for a few days… I go into the studio and literally poured out my heart and soul and the label decides to walk away from me? | https://t.co/tyCF2gn4iI pic.twitter.com/teiKHJzFyS — chrisette michele (@ChrisetteM) October 27, 2017 NewsOne Now airs Monday through Friday on TV One from 7-9 a.m. ET. To watch the rest of Chrisette Michele’s interview below: PART 2 News One Now Tuesday 10.31.2017 Seg 8 from TV One Vimeo2 on Vimeo. PART 3 News One Now Tuesday 10.31.2017 Seg 9 from TV One Vimeo2 on Vimeo. PART 4 News One Now Tuesday 10.31.2017 Seg 10 from TV One Vimeo2 on Vimeo.