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Kimberly Michelle Pate, better known by her stage name K. Michelle, is an American R&B singer, a songwriter, a television personality, a guitarist[2] and a pianist. In 2009, she signed a contract deal with Jive Records, released her R&B-charting single “Fakin’ It” featuring Missy Elliott,[3] and later put out three R&B singles that all have charted: “Fallin'”, “I Just Can’t Do This”, and “How Many Times”, before she left Jive Records. In 2012, Michelle garnered further attention by appearing in VH1’s reality series Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta.

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After years of professional and personal lows but mostly highs, it’s time for the once diamond in the rough to be recognized for the true gem that she is. The stars are aligning for Tennessee’s daughter, and she couldn’t be more pleased. “I’m really at a point in my life where I wanna work on myself and just be happy,” she says. “I don’t want any drama. I just want to create that music that makes you feel so so good.”
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Earlier in the year K. Michelle teased that she was working on an emoji app, well REBELS the Official K.MOJI app is now available for purchase! K.MOJI gives you access to K.’s personal collection of emojis and GIF’s!

 

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The night was November 15, 2013.

And I remember it vividly. It was a crisp, cool and breezy evening in the Windy City. Clouds danced below the stars, tickling the downtown skyscrapers. I waited patiently in line to enter The Shrine, the southside dance club, which was already thick, dominating the sidewalks of Wabash Avenue, stretching to the next block. K. Michelle brought the whole city out. Inquiring music lovers wanted to witness this breath of fresh air. An R&B and soul rebirth, reminiscent of a mix between a young, tender Mary J. Blige and a gritty Keyshia Cole. And so did I.

I purchased my ticket once the venue announced her performance a few weeks prior. I marked my calendar and blocked off that Friday night. Hello, anticipation! The night finally arrived and outside of my introverted cocoon I flew.

On the other side of the double doors, warmer temperatures welcomed Rebellious Soul tour ticket holders. Fluorescent orange and yellow lights doused the stage. Wall to wall bodies. A jamming live band and two background singers encompassed the stage. Screaming. Cheering. Dancing. The audience moved in unison. Drinks flowing, speakers booming. In struts Kimberly Michelle Pate.

From stage right, I witnessed the Memphis tour de force command the stage. Donning an ultra sexy two piece, a long jet black mane and knee high black boots, Chicago was being introduced to the rising star, the former protege of the city’s own R. Kelly who once served as her mentor. That was four years ago.

Today, I get to take my ticket-holder past a step further by putting a person behind the image I had admired from afar so many years ago.


Who is this vocal giant? Stripped of the fame and fortune, who is K? “I’m really goofy and business-minded. I’m known to make the impossible possible,” described K. during our phone conversation. “I’m a mother,” she continued. “I’m like everybody’s auntie or friend; people tell me things I don’t want to know, but it’s because I’m so open with them.”

The breakout star from VH1’s “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta,” who has since branched off with her spin off series, “K. Michelle: My Life,” now three seasons deep, is a hard working, professional multi-tasker. “But everyday won’t be a great day,” confessed the Delta Sigma Theta soror. The Southern belle, who just opened Puff and Petals, a new Atlanta restaurant, while also prepping for her fourth studio album is like a raging train, with no signs of slowing down. Especially considering the alternative: “It’s other people who’d want to be busy like you, or you could be at home with nothing to do. I used to be that girl wishing I could do this and that.”

Full throttle. Determined. To the beat of her own drum. “For me, there’s no other option. It’s what I asked for. So I can complain- but not too much, because everything that you have can be taken away from you. And I know that. I’ve had it taken away from me. I have to get up out the bed- even on a bad day and dust myself off. Sometimes I don’t even put on makeup. Sometimes, I just want to run to Oklahoma on a farm and just not be bothered. But I look to the people who are proud of me and rooting for me, like my son and people who write me letters about suicide and violence and the things they go through.”

The People’s Champ

“I like to call myself the people’s champ. I’m the one who’s not supposed to be here. I’m the one they counted out.”


Women can relate to her. Her realness. Spiciness. Her va va vroom. Her, “B*tch what?” Misunderstood even. History-making even. As Jack Daniels’ first African-American brand ambassador, glass ceilings are demolished. Her long standing relationship with the whiskey company birthed Jack Daniel’s Country Cocktails Southern Peach, a fruity, tasty spin on the brown liquor, reflecting her southern roots. Talented and business-savvy? Yes, please.

K, who’s had her fair share of high-profile bouts, tabloid headlines and he-say-she-says, took the bricks thrown at her to secure a stronger foundation. Naysayers are blocked and deleted before they get the chance to post. Admitting to getting in trouble [on social media], K admittedly “don’t really care anymore. I realized the hate comes from those who don’t like who they are. It has nothing to do with you.” According to K, who’s changed her social media presence with a digital team to handle her accounts, “there’s a lot more important things to do then keep your face in the phone. You should actually look out at the world.”

Despite the change, the “Ain’t You” singer still makes it a priority to stay in touch with her fans, “I’ll pop in at three in the morning to talk with my fans because I think that’s important- that’s when a lot of evil people are sleep by then. But I realized it’s not really good for me.”

And that’s not the only thing K learned. Life is all about growth. Celebrating the small victories in route to the greater glory. Breezing through inner issues like Vogue. No matter how many times. Some are learned later in life and some are taught more than once. “I’d tell my younger self to shut up. I would take back some words that were said that hurt the people I love. When you get angry, you hurt people who love you the most. Because the universe works everything out on its own. Pick your battles wisely. You can’t fight every battle or you’ll become crazy or become angry,” K advised. “Be careful of your surroundings and peoples motives.”

 

K. Michelle has teased fans with what appears to be a brand new show. She tweeted “It’s about that time! The time is now for something new that better suits my growth, point of view, and the portrayal of the woman I am”

New show💋 https://t.co/zG1VDQdq9Y

 

K. Michelle has teamed up Jack Daniel’s Country Cocktails to create “Southern Peach”.

“Jack Daniel’s is a brand with rich history. Also being from Tennessee, I’ve always appreciated how JD falls in line with my southern values. This collaboration with Jack Daniel’s Country Cocktails is a celebration of all those values, and I’m excited to share that with my fans,” – K Michelle.

The first states to receive the cocktails are Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, and Tennessee.

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