Allow K. Michelle to re-introduce herself!
One year after More Issues Than Vogue, the provocative R&B songstress unleashes her fourth studio album, Kimberly: The People I Used to Know.
Boasting 21 tracks, the emotionally-charged album is a soulful journey through her experiences, with appearances from Chris Brown (“Either Way”), Jeremih (“Takes Two”), and Princess Nokia (“Princess Nokia Outro”). The former “Love & Hip Hop” star celebrates her born-day with “Birthday,” spills out her emotions on “Make This Song Cry,” and confronts colorism on the Kim Kardashian-inspired “Kim K.”
Kimberly showcases different sides of the Memphis singer’s personality. “The album shows me and all my bipolar-ness so it really shows that and I hit on every single emotion of being a woman and being a growing woman,” she told Billboard. “So it has, even for a man, a lot of things you can relate to you, a lot of life issues this time not just heartbreak but life in general.”
Stream Kimberly: The People I Used to Know below.