Even as the weather gets chillier, Love & Hip Hop star K.Michelle is keeping things hot with her album, Rebellious Soul. Today, the singer brought her sultry vocals to Big Morning Buzz Live With Carrie Keagan, performing her track, “Can’t Raise A Man.”
The Soul Train Awards 2013 aired on BET last night. The program was hosted by Anthony Anderson and honored all that is good and golden in the land of soul and R&B. Not so good and golden? Some of the outlandish outfits that the night’s biggest stars sported on stage–and the red carpet. We’re sad to say that we’re looking at you, K. Michelle…
K.Michelle turned heads at the the premiere of VH1′s CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story in New York last night, thanks to a skin-tight gown that left very little to the imagination. In addition to chatting up red carpet guests, K took time to share some news about her own music career–namely the next single off Rebellious Soul and details about her upcoming tour.
Love & Hip Hop star K. Michelle nets a big debut on this week’s Nielsen SoundScan albums chart, while Katy Perry‘s “Roar” makes a lot more noise than Lady Gaga‘s “Applause” on the singles chart. #SoundScanner investigates:
K.Michelle is currently best known as one of the hilariously volatile stars of Love and Hip Hop Atlanta, but if early word about her fierce new LP Rebellious Soul is any indication, she’s on the verge of becoming one of the biggest stars that R&B and soul music has to offer.
In anticipation of K.Michelle’s debut album Rebellious Soul dropping tomorrow, we recently sat down with Love and Hip Hop Atlanta’s in-house singer to discuss her journey transitioning into music. As you’ll see in the clip above, K. discusses highly personal topics, exposing vulnerabilities that have contributed to her songwriting.
K.Michelle’s Rebellious Soul drops next Tuesday, August 13th, but starting today, we’re exclusively streaming the talented vocalist’s debut album – for a full week.
The first thing that struck me as I settled into my seat at B.B. King last night and waited for the Mary Mary performance to start was how many children —tots, teens and tweens— were out in full force with their families. The sight put a smile on my face and made me wish I had brought my own 15-year-old son to the show to experience the joy and jubilation that is Mary Mary. After all, he’s watched enough episodes of Mary Mary’s self-titled WE tv show with me to know that I love me some Mary Mary. I’m right there, watching and joining in on their triumphs as the Grammy-winning, Billboard-charting sisters continue to bring gospel music to the masses and break new ground. It’s no small accomplishment that they are the first gospel group to grace the main stage at the Essence Music Festival, have been featured on iconic magazine covers like Ebony, and have singers like VH1′s own K.Michelle performing their music. Like those who came out last night to see Mary Mary perform at B.B. King, I love Mary Mary because they love the Lord, and they make no apologies for singing his praises, sharing his word, and giving him the glory in all things — in good times, in bad times, and most certainly in great times.