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EDITORS’ NOTES

K. Michelle’s reputation as one of R&B’s straightest talkers is borne out by her third album, where her powerful singing and fleet rapping make her jaw-droppingly honest lyrics land even harder. “Nightstand” is a searing indictment of men who don’t live up to K. Michelle’s standards, while the gospel-tinged breakup ballad “Time” offers a more wounded view of love gone awry. Whether she’s taking those who have wronged her to task or searching for strength within herself, K. Michelle’s bold, up-front persona fuels her fiery brand of soul.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

K. Michelle’s reputation as one of R&B’s straightest talkers is borne out by her third album, where her powerful singing and fleet rapping make her jaw-droppingly honest lyrics land even harder. “Nightstand” is a searing indictment of men who don’t live up to K. Michelle’s standards, while the gospel-tinged breakup ballad “Time” offers a more wounded view of love gone awry. Whether she’s taking those who have wronged her to task or searching for strength within herself, K. Michelle’s bold, up-front persona fuels her fiery brand of soul.

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4.7 out of 5

794 Ratings

794 Ratings

Come through Kim ❤️

0t.j0,

Lyrics and vocals 🔥🔥🔥

My baby💕

Davanjay,

Im so excited & can't wait for more music to drop😍💕. Love you😊💕 #MITV is gonna be amazing.

Perfection

Sir Dymond,

Aye I'm the first to write a review and l absolutely love every Snare of this album even though I've only fully heard 2 songs off the album I Love you K🔥❤️👌🏽 from @syrdymond

About K. Michelle

K. Michelle has been one of the frankest contemporary R&B artists of the late 2000s and 2010s. The singer and songwriter, a native of Memphis born Kimberly Michelle Pate, signed to Jive in 2008, releasing a pair of singles ("Self Made," "Fakin' It") that brushed the charts soon after. During 2010, "Fallin'" and "I Just Can't Do This" performed better on the R&B chart, and she also featured on tracks by R. Kelly, Juicy J, and Ruben Studdard. By 2012, she had signed to appear on the VH1 reality show Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, and she inked a contract with Atlantic soon after. Her debut album, Rebellious Soul, was released in August 2013 and debuted at number two on the Billboard 200. Two singles peaked outside the Top 20 of the R&B chart, but the singer later picked up a Soul Train award for Best New Artist. After a headlining tour, a stint opening for Robin Thicke, and a Rebellious Soul musical, directed by Idris Elba and aired on VH1, K. Michelle starred in another VH1 series, K. Michelle: My Life. Its first episode premiered a few weeks prior to the release of Anybody Wanna Buy a Heart?, her second Top Ten album of blunt yet imaginative storytelling. In March 2016, while K. Michelle: My Life was in its second season, she released her third album, More Issues Than Vogue. Another Top Ten hit, and third consecutive R&B/Hip-Hop topper, its biggest hit, "Not a Little Bit," was written with Kelly Price. As My Life wrapped up in early 2017, K. Michelle started releasing pre-album singles that led to the December release of the characteristically forthright Kimberly: People I Used to Know. ~ John Bush

  • ORIGIN
    Memphis, TN
  • BORN
    March 4, 1986

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