Congrats are finally in order for Kandi Burruss and her fiance Todd Tucker; they have set a date for their "controversial" wedding day
Award winning businesswoman Kandi Burruss has garnered much from her stint on Bravo's The Real Housewives of Atlanta. Covering the latest issue of JET, the "Don't Think I'm Not" singer and "Bills, Bills, Bills" writer says utilizing the platform (and not wasting it) is her goal not only each season, but every time she's on camera.
Kandi Burruss is all about spreading the love. Not only is she no stranger to the issue of fighting for love this season on Bravo's hit show Real Housewives of Atlanta
The final installment for the 5th annual ASCAP "Women behind the Music" series went down recently in downtown Atlanta nightclub Halo.
Kandi Burruss has no plans on throwing in the towel in her lawsuit against former Real Housewives of Atlanta cast-mate Kim Zolciak.
Don't look to Kandi Burruss when it comes to creating songs for "Real Housewives" stars. According to the "Stay Prayed Up" singer, she's done writing and producing in that lane.
For her 2014 nuptials to fiancÃ© Todd Tucker, Kandi Burruss says she doesnât want the lavish, opulent wedding everyone expects of her.
Singer/songwriter Kandi Burruss is excited about the launch of the new Bravo series "The Kandi Factory." Due to premiere Tuesday night at 10 p.m, the series will follow her and her team as they attempt to mold aspiring recording artists into viable performers.
The Atlanta house-fiancÃ© and hit maker along with fellow co-writer Rodney Richards is just now taking (former?) friend Kim Zolciak to court over not receiving her due compensation
Kandi Burruss is really excited about the forthcoming series premiere of "The Kandi Factory." Slated to premiere April 9, the series is based on