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.
K. Michelle is ready to give the world her fourth studio album, 'The People I Used to Know,' the follow-up to her 2016 offering, 'More Issues Than Vogue.'
R&B artists K. Michelle, Lyfe Jennings, Sevyn Streeter, Ray J along with rapper Boosie Badazz, Love and Hip Hop's Karlie Redd, and Notorious actor Jamal Woolard will share the stage in a new hip hop musical called "Thugs and The Women Who Love 'Em."
K. Michelle is ready for the next phase of her music career, and she sets a big stage of what's to come by dropping two new singles: "Either Way," featuring Chris Brown and "Birthday."
Known for her head-turning wigs and weaves, Michelle has foregone the hair this summer, opting for cooler look: dang-near bald!
The clips sees both Trina and Michelle as flossy boss chicks as they call out Trina's no-good beau played by Harlem rapper Dave East.
Trina enlists outspoken soulstress K. Michelle for their collab "If It Ain't You." Over the intriguing track which samples Patti LaBelle's classic 1991 hit "Somebody Loves You Baby," Trina goes in on an ex who took her for granted by cheating. "Somebody loves you baby, and you know who it is / If it ain't me then who?" Michelle croons on the [Read More]
As K. Michelle works on her fourth studio album, she teases new music, one song being a turn-up anthem featuring Chris Brown called "Either Way."