Mother’s Day is always a special day here in the country as millions celebrate that one special person who has given them life. The day is a powerful one, so powerful in fact that it makes the most bitter of situations go away for a day of civility (see Future and Ciara). We are sure you took care of mom this weekend by giving her the day off and celebrating her and showering her with appreciation.
See how your favorite celebs such as Kevin Hart, Future,Trey Songz, Diddy, Kim Kardashian, Mariah Carey and more took to the gram and celebrated the moms in their lives and being a mom themselves.
K. Michelle is clearly not with the sh*ts, especially when fake jewelry from her ex-boo touched the palms of her hand during an episode of her VH1 reality show, K. Michelle: My Life. Now, the singer releases a ballad entitled “Time” from her third album More Issues Than Vogue.
In the song, the Memphis singer advises the one that she once knew, that it’s “too late for you and I, thank God I left you right on time.”
Tagging onto her Memphis cohort, Yo Gotti‘s explosive track “Down In The DM”, K. Michelle delivers a reversal role of the song expressing the activity in her private social inbox, along with stating her claim as the “R&B Gerald Green.”
K. Michelle will appear on Gotti’s upcoming album The Art of Hustle on a song entitled “My City.” The project also features the likes of: 2 Chainz, Lil Wayne, Timbaland, E-40, Pusha T, Nicki Minaj and Future.
After releasing the freestyle, the VH1My Life reality star received a little heat from her Ex and Former Indiana Pacers star Lance Stephenson where he calls the singer a “Nicki Minaj Wannabe”, insinuating that she wants a collab with Beyonce, and that Safaree Samuels will be taking an “L” for allegedly writing her lyrics to the rap cover.
K. Michelle then responded with an IG post claiming that she, Lance and his Mom are cool and she just got off the phone with the both of them. She then states that someone hacked his account and left the aggressive message.
Drama seems to follow K but we all know that it comes with the business.
With much success so far with her new single “Not A Little Bit”, K. Michelle has been consistently in the studio working on her next album More Issues Than Vogue, which will be available for pre-order this Friday.
K. Michelle never disappoints when it comes to a good, fresh ballad coming straight from the soul. Delivering her new jawn “Not A Little Bit” the singer teams up with R&B/Gospel vet Kelly Price to churn out one of the most precious tracks.
In the song, K. Michelle confesses that she is totally over a recent relationship, as the end has drawn near. Does she wanna revisit what once was? Not A Little Bit.
If you think I want you, not a little bit
If you think I need you, not a little bit
I finally moved on I’m over it
K is currently in the studio working hard on her third album. Catch the 2nd season of VH1’s K. Michelle: My Life on Jan. 25.
Giving a 2015 music twist on an Eartha Kitt classic, soulful songstress K. Michelle decorates the tree with her version of “Santa Baby.”
The K. Michelle: My Life reality tvstarlet also provides a very sexy cover, donned in a two-piece showing off her flawless curves.
K. Michelle will soon be making a transition musically over to Country Music, as she is currently in the studio recording, gearing up for her new debut. Hey, it doesn’t hurt to try something new! And from we’ve been hearing from her via social media, the music doesn’t half bad at all!
Ro James is ending 2015 with a bang, releasing his first official single, “Permission” from his forthcoming debut album. The track was produced by Soundz (Justin Bieber, Trey Songz, Rae Sremmurd) and co-written by Ro & Verse Simmonds (Kanye West, Rihanna, Chris Brown, K. Michelle). “Permission” captures the soulful grit of Ro’s voice, while still captivating listeners with its effortless sex appeal to create a sound that is simply enchanting.
Now today, Ro unveils the official video for the soulful track, as the black & white visual encompasses the youthful, mischievous and care-free bond between Ro and his bae. The video, which premiered on REVOLT today was directed by Aaron Vazquez of BKLYN1834, who has previously collaborated with Ro on visuals for “Lisa” featuring Asher Roth and “Get Out My Way”.
Friends of the SFPL family, the rising musician who has worked with everyone from Snoop Dogg to Miguel to Brenmar has been unleashing his unique brand of music since late 2013, when he released his three-part EP series Coke, Jack & Cadillacs.
“Permission” is the first single from Ro James’ forthcoming debut album, which will be in released in 2016 via ByStorm Entertainment/RCA Records.
R&B powerhouse K. Michelle takes the Uber ride from hell in the premiere of Punk’d and starts shaking the table…well, the Cadillac Escalade.
This season of “PUNK’D” kicks off with multi-platinum superstar Chris Brown, who encounters a mysterious lost child while shooting a video with French Montana.
Comedian and social media star, DeStorm Power, leads the team as host, while digital media powerhouse, King Bach, steps in as special guest host to pull off the funniest capers. Comedians and actors, Amberia Allen and Ron G., round out the cast as the featured “players” who directly interact with the unsuspecting celeb “marks.”
Catch K. below as she goes off:
Catch Punk’d airing Tuesday, August 18 at 10:30 PM ET/PT on BET.
Today, K. Michelle and Azealia Banks announced they will be embarking on a very special 20-date tour across North America this fall. The co-headlining tour presented by CENTRIC and BET commences in Indianapolis on 09/15 and will make stops in Chicago, Detroit, Atlanta, New York amongst many others, and wraps in Los Angeles on 10/15.
It was also rumored that the two divas may be collaborating together in the studio as well. We wonder what they have cooking up?
Both artists will be performing tracks from their current albums – K. Michelle’s Anybody Wanna Buy A Heart and Azealia Banks’ Broke With Expensive Taste – as well as fan favorites from previous releases.
Constance Orlando, Senior Vice President of Specials, Music and News for BET Networks says:
Centric and BET are excited to sponsor K. Michelle and Azealia Banks on tour. Partnering with these bold and authentic female artists aligns perfectly with Centric’s position as the first network designed for Black women.
FULL LIST OF NORTH AMERICAN SHOWS:
Tue, September 15 Indianapolis, IN Murat Theatre
Wed, September 16 Chicago, IL Aragon Ballroom
Thu, September 17 St. Louis, MO Fabulous Fox Theatre
Fri, September 18 Detroit, MI Fox Theater
Sat, September 19 Baltimore, MD Pier Six Pavilion
Sun September 20 Washington, DC DAR Constitution Hall
Thu, September 24 Philadelphia, PA The Mann Center for Performing Arts
Fri, September 25 Cleveland, OH Hard Rock Live
Sat, September 26 New York, NY Best Buy Theatre
Sun, September 27 Boston, MA House of Blues
Wed, September 30 Richmond, VA Carpenter Center
Thu, October 1 Portsmouth, VA nTelos Wireless Pavilion
Fri, October 2 Atlanta, GA Chastain Park Amphitheatre
Sat, October 3 Louisville, KY Palace Theatre
Mon, October 5 Nashville, TN Schermerhorn Symphony Center
Fri, October 9 Houston, TX Bayou Music Center
Sat, October 10 Dallas, TX Verizon Theatre @ Grand Prairie
Mon, October 12 Denver, CO Ogden Theatre
Wed, October 14* Oakland, CA Fox Theater (*K. Michelle performing only)
Rachel Roy, Sanaa Lathan, Russell Simmons, John Wall and more attend All Def Comedy Live post BET Awards Weekend.
All Def Comedy Live Presented by Celsius and Powered by The Brand Group has been named the hottest comedy show in the country attracted such celebrities as Rachel Roy who brought along her daughter Ava and sat next to super actress Sanaa Lathan. Also spotted was Sanaa Lathan’s father Stan sitting next to Sanaa enjoying laughs.
Spotted was singer K. Michelle is said to be filming her next season of her spin off show “My Life” on VH-1 about her transitioning and moving to Los Angeles. Everyone looked to be having an amazing time including superstar basketball player John Wall who came out with his friends to partake in the funny evening.