K. Michelle

Nov
3
New Music: K. Michelle – ‘Maybe I Should Call’

Maybe I Should Call

In addition to revealing the tracklisting for her sophomore album Anybody Wanna Buy a Heart?, K. Michelle shares a new song called “Maybe I Should Call.” On the vulnerable piano ballad, which follows “Love ‘Em All,” the Memphis songstress struggles with being the one to make the call.

“I love him, but I never call / Maybe that’s my flaw,” she sings. “Maybe that’s why I ain’t got a man ’cause I be doing too much thinking.”

AWBAH drops December 9 and the video for “Love ‘Em All” debuts tonight during the premiere of VH1′s “K. Michelle: My Life.”

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Nov
3
Tracklisting: K. Michelle – ‘Anybody Wanna Buy a Heart?’

Anybody Wanna Buy a Heart?

Last week she revealed the title and cover art, and now K. Michelle is sharing the tracklisting for her sophomore album AWBAH (Anybody Wanna Buy a Heart?).

Due December 9, the follow-up to her 2013 debut Rebellious Soul features the single “Love ‘Em All,” plus contributions from Eric Hudson, Pop & Oak, and Timothy Bloom.

The 12 tracks include a song called “Drake Would Love Me.” There are no features listed as of now, but K has been teasing a surprise country duet. If you pre-order on iTunes, you will receive the instant track “Maybe I Should Call.”

“My second album is absolutely amazingly scary good, juicy, yummy,” K. Michelle told Rap-Up TV. “I wanted people to know that I am a musician. This album is so musical. I feel like it’s so ahead of its time.”

Her new VH1 series, “K. Michelle: My Life,” premieres tonight at 9 p.m. along with the video for “Love ‘Em All.”

See the tracklisting below.

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Oct
30
New Music: Rick Ross f/ K. Michelle – ‘If They Knew’

If They Knew

Rick Ross is not wasting any time. Hot on the heels of his R. Kelly collaboration “Keep Doin’ That (Rich Bitch),” the Biggest Bawse recruits K. Michelle for his latest single “If They Knew.” Over the Timbaland-produced beat, they explore a dangerous and forbidden love.

“What we doin’ wrong, but it feels right,” raps Rozay, while sharing his preference for small waists and red weaves.

K chimes in on the soulful hook: “This is so all bad, nothing good can come from this.”

The song will appear on Ross’ upcoming album Hood Billionaire, due November 24. Two weeks later, K will drop her sophomore album Anybody Wanna Buy a Heart?

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Oct
29
K. Michelle Reveals Sophomore Album Title, Release Date

Anybody Wanna Buy a Heart?

After teasing fans with the hashtag #AWBAH, K. Michelle has revealed the title of her sophomore album Anybody Wanna Buy a Heart?

In the cinematic trailer, the R&B songstress walks through a mansion in a white dress while the violin plays. She reaches out to hug a child, but he runs away, while mean tweets and scenes from “Love & Hip Hop” show on screen.

The follow-up to her 2013 debut Rebellious Soul will arrive December 9 featuring the single “Love ‘Em All,” plus contributions from Eric Hudson, Pop & Oak, Timothy Bloom, and a surprise country duet.

“My second album is absolutely amazingly scary good, juicy, yummy,” K. Michelle told Rap-Up TV. “I wanted people to know that I am a musician. This album is so musical. I feel like it’s so ahead of its time.”

Prior to the album release, she will return to VH1 in her own reality series “K. Michelle: My Life,” premiering November 3 at 9 p.m.

Watch K’s big reveal below.

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Oct
22
Sam Smith Wins Big at MOBO Awards; Jeremih, Jessie J, & Kid Ink Perform

Sam Smith

Sam Smith continued his breakthrough year at the 2014 MOBO Awards. The British sensation picked up four awards including Best R&B/Soul Act, Best Male Act, and Best Song for “Stay With Me” at the 19th annual ceremony at London’s SSE Arena Wembley on Wednesday.

Eve presented the Best Album to Smith for his critically-acclaimed debut In the Lonely Hour. “I just want to thank ever single person who wrote on my record with me and was my personal therapist for a good year,” said Smith, who dedicated the award to his parents.

Nicole Scherzinger served up her single “On the Rocks” off her album Big Fat Lie, which was released in the U.K. earlier in the week. Jessie J was joined by special guest Kid Ink on “Burnin’ Up,” and Jeremih had the crowd moving along to his top 10 hit “Don’t Tell ‘Em.”

K. Michelle turned heads on the red carpet in a bootylicious black dress, Eve arrived with her husband Maximillion Cooper, and Kid Ink brought his own hot date.

Other MOBO winners included Beyoncé for Best International Act and Jessie J for Best Female Act.

Check out more photos and performances below.

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Oct
15
K. Michelle Teases Joint Tour with Keyshia Cole

K. Michelle and Keyshia Cole

Two of R&B’s biggest divas are teaming up for one big tour. K. Michelle and Keyshia Cole are planning to hit the road together in early 2015.

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Oct
14
K. Michelle Brings the Drama in ‘My Life’ Trailer

K. Michelle

She’s back, bitches. This November, K. Michelle brings the drama back to VH1 in her own reality series “K. Michelle: My Life.” The “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” star takes New York by storm, and there’s no holding back. She bares all in a photo shoot (and runs around naked), kicks someone out of her house (damn, girl), and gets hilariously mocked by her son.

“You’ll get to see me as a mother and as a singer,” K told Rap-Up TV. “‘Love & Hip Hop’ is never the place for a child. So in the reality show, you’ll see what it’s like traveling back and forth to my son to work to just being a mother, an artist, trying to fit a sex symbol in there a little bit. You’ll just get to see my life. It’s crazy.”

“K. Michelle: My Life” premieres November 3 at 9 p.m. on VH1. Watch a preview of all the outrageousness below.

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