K. Michelle

Aug
6
K. Michelle Brings ‘Rebellious Soul’ Musical to VH1 [Trailer]

K. Michelle

K. Michelle is bringing the drama back to VH1 in her first musical. Directed by Idris Elba, “K. Michelle: Rebellious Soul – The Musical” is a 30-minute “hip-hopera” based on the life of the Memphis singer.

Through her powerful ballads, the dark theatrical presentation captures the lust, love, heartache, and redemption of a woman struggling to break the cycle of bad romance. Find out what happens when she catches her man in a lie and her past comes back to haunt her.

The musical features eight songs from K. Michelle’s No. 1 album Rebellious Soul including “Can’t Raise a Man,” “V.S.O.P.,” “Hate on Her,” and “My Life.”

The soundtrack will be available digitally on August 18 and the video will arrive August 20.

The “Love & Hip Hop” alum will also star in her own reality series, “K. Michelle: My Life,” airing in November on VH1.

“Rebellious Soul – The Musical” premieres August 19 at 10 p.m. Watch the trailer below.

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May
9
Video: K. Michelle – ‘A Mother’s Prayer’

A Mother's Prayer

Just in time for Mother’s Day, K. Michelle honors the bond between mother and son in the heartwarming video for her Rebellious Soul ballad “A Mother’s Prayer,” which she dedicates to her son Chase.

The cinematic clip, directed by Amil Barnes, shows the sacrifice a single mother makes while raising her son, ending with an actual video of the reality star and her son doing the Nae Nae.

“My son Chase is the center of my universe,” K told ESSENCE. “My fans and media don’t often see him in the spotlight with me and that is because I work really hard to keep his childhood as normal and carefree as possible. I think the most difficult part of my job is not being there each night to tuck my son in, but the sacrifices I make while working are all with his better interest in mind. Being a mother is the most challenging and rewarding part of my life, and I wouldn’t have it any other way.”

She will perform at the ESSENCE Music Festival in July, while the first season of her new VH1 show “Untitled K. Michelle Project” premieres November 3.

Grab a box of tissue and watch the touching tribute below.

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Apr
26
New Music: Lil Boosie f/ K. Michelle – ‘Show the World (Remix)’

K. Michelle and Lil Boosie

The definition of real. K. Michelle joins her labelmate Lil Boosie on the remix to his single “Show the World,” which originally featured Webbie and Kiara.

The R&B songstress blesses the heartfelt track with her soulful vocals, while Boosie spits about being a good father, his battle with diabetes, and his return to music.

“Rap game miss me like Tiny miss Tip,” he raps.

Boosie’s first post-prison album Touchdown 2 Cause Hell is due July 15. He has been in the studio with 2 Chainz, Jeezy, T.I., and more.

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Apr
24
K. Michelle Teams with Lil Boosie for ‘Show the World’ Remix

K. Michelle and Lil Boosie

K. Michelle and Lil Boosie are ready to “Show the World.” The labelmates have teamed up on a remix to Boosie’s single.

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Feb
26
K. Michelle Performs ‘Can’t Raise a Man’ on ‘Arsenio’

K. Michelle

Before she hits the road with Robin Thicke on Thursday, K. Michelle stopped by “Arsenio” last night for a performance and brief interview.

The Memphis songstress shared her love for country music. “I actually grew up loving country music,” she said. “I play classical piano. I play guitar. And my parents, they put me in a closet. It wasn’t child abuse, don’t get scared. They put me in a closet and it was the biggest closet in the house and I would just sing to the top of my lungs.”

The self-described “ghetto girl with table manners” revealed that she can yodel (“Don’t ask. I ain’t gon’ do it”) and how her vocal coach introduced her to other genres.

“The first tape that I ever got was The Judds,” she said. “I saw The Judds, I loved The Judds, [my vocal coach] taught me how to yodel, and then I got a scholarship to Florida A&M University.”

K, who will star in her own VH1 series “No New Friends,” also defended her behavior on “Love & Hip Hop.” “I don’t think it’s fair at all because you don’t know me,” she said. “You would react the same way as me to a lot of those situations. I’m just bold enough to do it in your face and I can. Those reactions from those blogs and everything, I make their hits go up, so they should thank me or maybe even send me a check.”

She also shut down the stage with a rousing performance of her latest single “Can’t Raise a Man.”

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Feb
14
New Mixtape: K. Michelle – ‘Still No Fucks Given’

Still No Fucks Given

In lieu of flowers and chocolates, K. Michelle celebrates Valentine’s Day with her free mixtape Still No Fucks Given. Hosted by DJ Sense, the sequel to 2012′s 0 Fucks Given includes a whopping 26 tracks including remixes to Frank Ocean’s “We All Try” and even Tamar Braxton’s “She Can Have You.”

She also serenades Justin Bieber on a track named after the teen superstar. “Oh Justin Bieber, you can call me / I know that you’s a little black boy down in your soul,” she sings.

The star of VH1′s upcoming series “No New Friends” will join Robin Thicke on tour starting February 21 in Atlanta.

Download her free gift below.

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Feb
10
Mixtape Cover: K. Michelle – ‘Still No Fucks Given’

Still No Fucks Given

On Valentine’s Day, K. Michelle will give the gift of free music with Still No Fucks Given, the follow-up to her 2012 mixtape 0 Fucks Given. The “V.S.O.P.” singer has unveiled the colorful cover art, which shows her smoking a cigarette against a pink backdrop.

“I still have some more I’d like to say! Something like a sequel,” tweeted K, who will tour with Robin Thicke starting February 21.

Hosted by DJ Sense, the mixtape will be available to download on Friday at 3 p.m. EST.

Earlier this month, she offered a teaser with her remake of Frank Ocean’s “We All Try” called “I Don’t Believe.”