It looks like Philly-native Musiq is trying to add another title to his growing list of accomplishments: author.

In a recent interview with Billboard, Musiq said that while he works on music for others like Bow Wow and Chrisette Michele, he’s also readying a book about love and relationships.

“It’s going to be about love and relationships, and love and music,” Musiq explains to Billboard. “Basically it’s just a man with an opinion ranting about love and relationships and how my music is affected by them and how my music impacts other people’s relationships. I know my core audience and people who are interested in my music will be interested in it, and hopefully people who never even heard of me and wouldn’t even be interested in the music I make will at least be interested in my thoughts and opinions on how we as people relate to each other in terms of romantic love and relationships. I just really hope people will enjoy it.”

While it would be interesting to read how music affects relationships, I hope Musiq doesn’t go the Tyrese and Steve Harvey route and gets all “relationship expert” on us. I guess we’ll just have to wait and see.

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  • 2NatuRho

    PLEASE!! to these other comments. If Tyrese, Karrine Steffans and Steve Harvey can put out books, surely an intellectual being like Musiq can put out some literature. As thought provoking as his song lyrics are, this is right up his alley. Lets not forget that Alicia Keys put out a very successful book of poems and Common and his memoir is getting rave reviews. why can’t Musiq Soulchild gain success from a book? I’ll be one of the one’s to take a chance and read!

    • LAD86

      I’ll say that in defense of my comment, I have never taken an interest in any books celebrities have published.

  • Arie

    I absolutely love the way Musiq writes about love in terms of his own music. I’m sure it will at least be a good read.

  • Keychee

    I will definitely purchase the book and read it :)

  • Alexandra

    I like his music, but I wouldn’t spend a dime on his book.

  • Donald K Sumner

    A black women will not read it, they are like this n***a is 5’3 what he k ow about love!? But if he were 6ft+ black women would believe everything he says and buy the book! Heightists suck…