Quickly following up the recent "No Not You" video, R&B singer K. Michelle returns with the neo femme fatale video "Crazy Like You." The single hails from K's latest studio album, KIMBERLY: The People I Used to Know. The "Crazy Like You" video opens up with a quote from Scott Adams: "Nothing inspires forgiveness quite like revenge." In the clip, K. [Read More]
It looks like K. Michelle killed two bird with one stone! The R&B songstress drops a new music video for "No Not You," a song from her latest studio album, 'Kimberly: The People I Used to Know.' The visual was shot during her previous video for "Fuck Your Man," and captures K. Michelle singing the emotional lyrics in a behind-the-scenes-styled theme. [Read More]
K. Michelle will support her latest studio album, The People I Used To Know, with a tour of the same name. The trek will launch on February 9, 2018 in Providence, RI and make stops in major cities like Philadelphia, Washington, DC, Atlanta, Houston, and Las Vegas before commencing on March 3 in Oakland, CA. Tickets will be available for purchase starting December [Read More]
K. Michelle supports the release of her new album, 'Kimberly: The People I Used To Know,' with the release of a music video for the controversial ballad "F**k Your Man." On the jazz-infused song, the R&B singer and actress confesses about the possibility of bedding another woman's man instead of knuckling up with her and face a lawsuit. "No bustin' windows [Read More]
R&B artist K. Michelle releases her much-anticipated fourth studio album, 'Kimberly: The People I Used To Know,' which follows 2016's 'More Issues Than Vogue.' The 21-track LP is headed by the singles "Kim K," "Either Way," featuring Chris Brown, “Birthday,” and “Make This Song Cry.” The project is lauded as one of K. Michelle’s “most intimate projects yet, as she dives deeper into [Read More]
K. Michelle gives no f*cks as she speaks her truth on the socially-charged new offering, "Kim K," a record that harps on the privileges of other races in comparison to African-Americans, especially black women. The raw and painstaking song is not a hostile letter against white people, instead, it highlights the obstacles that black women are up against, even with [Read More]
"It's your birthday, baby what you wanna do... got some pretty bitches coming through," K. Michelle announces in the sexy music video for her single, "Birthday." In the clip, the voluptuous songstress throws a party and invites a laundry list of beautiful women and a few men for a night of touching and rubbing. In between, the singer/actor shows off [Read More]
Headed by the singles, "Either Way," featuring Chris Brown, "Birthday," and the recently released "Make This Song Cry," the 21-track LP will arrive on December 8, 2017 via Atlantic Records.
K. Michelle continues to create awareness for her upcoming fourth studio album, The People I Used to Know, by dropping the official remix for "Either Way," featuring Chris Brown, Yo Gotti, and OT Genasis.
On the track, the singer/songwriter vocally punches listener's in the gut while pulling on the heartstrings as she delivers soaring and polished vocals about enduring heartache and pain.