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Watch: K. Michelle Performs “Not A Little Bit” on ‘Wendy Williams,’ Talks Plastic Surgery, Love Life & More

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K. Michelle is having an excellent run so far with the release of her third studio album, More Issues Than Vogue.

As the big voiced, petite diva continues to tour the country in promotion of the LP, she swung by “The Wendy Williams Show” for a performance and brief chat with Wendy. Taking the stage and delivering another powerful performance, K belted out her single “Not A Little Bit.”

Following the performance, she spoke with Wendy about her feelings on plastic surgery, “Love & Hip Hop,” her love life and more.

Check out K’s appearance below.

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K. Michelle Visits The Breakfast Club, Spats With Angela Yee

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Well, if you’ve been wondering if R&B Diva K. Michelle and The Breakfast Club’s leading lady, Angela Yee, would be caught sipping margaritas together on next season of VH1’s My Life, you can go ahead and throw that out to the gutter…for now at least. As the promo run for her third album, More Issues Than Vogue, stopped in New York this week, K. Michelle swung by the most talked about morning show for an interview.

Dressed in all black with a pair of shades, the songstress – who is known for not holding back her thoughts – definitely came to speak her mind during this interview. Wasting no time jumping into the questions, the crew immediately asked K about comments pertaining to her lady parts that were made by rappers Maino and Uncle Murda. After addressing the situation from the two men, she then turned her attention to Angela Yee and let a little fire off at her about her actions throughout the whole incident. Not a stranger to holding her tongue, K let Angela know that she really wasn’t appreciative of went down. “…and at the end of the day, I’m not f**kin’ with you for that. Next subject,” she firmly stated.

Whew!

After that abrupt end, she went on to discuss her album, plastic surgery, forgiving Memphitz, ex-boyfriend Bobby, and more.

Get into the drama below!

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See The Many Sides of K. Michelle in Her 2016 Calendar

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With her third studio album, More Issues Than Vogue, in stores now, R&B songstress K. Michelle has delivered another special gift for fans to bring the singer into their homes.

As her music has often over the years, the new LP contains many personal tracks that find the Memphis native embracing her emotions and flaws. These thoughts are continued openly and visualized in her 2016 calendar, which spotlights her beauty and reveals her inner thoughts.

“I have no shame,” she shares for March. “I see nothing wrong with using plastic surgery to enhance one’s natural beauty. But I now realize that surgery doesn’t heal self-esteem issues. The prettier I believed I became on the outside, the more I craved acknowledgement on my inner beauty.”

See the provocative calendar photos below!

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Video: K. Michelle – Not A Little Bit

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In celebration of her third album release, More Issues Than Vogue, singer, songwriter and VH1 reality TV star, K. Michelle, delivers the video to the emotional track “Not A Little Bit“.

Donning blonde tresses, much cleavage, and big tears, the “Can’t Raise A Man” songstress finds herself belting out yet another soulful woman empowerment tune. Serving as a reminder that she’s stronger and better by herself than with someone who doesn’t see her value.

The visual to “Not A Little Bit” shows us that rainy days don’t always last.

Take a look below:

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Listen: K. Michelle Releases New Album ‘More Issues Than Vogue’

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She’s back. Nearly a year-and-a-half since the release of Anybody Wanna Buy a Heart?, K. Michelle presents her anticipated third album, More Issues Than Vogue.

The R&B songstress flies solo for most of this 12-track set, with Jason Derulo appearing on “Make the Bed,” and Trina and Yo Gotti with guest verses on “Rich.”

Prior to unveiling MITV, the Memphis songbird dropped a series of singles including “Not a Little Bit,” “Ain’t You” and “Time.”

According to K, recording the album was a learning process. “Different people, different sound, a different feel, and a lot of times, when you’re doing different things, you have to get used to it,” she told iHeartRadio. “But, change is always good. So for me, it was a learning process, and I took a lot from recording this album, and I also walked away with a great album.”

You can catch K on the second season finale of “K. Michelle: My Life,” which airs March 28 at 9 p.m. ET on VH1.

Stream the album below via Spotify or YouTube, and pick it up on iTunes now.

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Video: K. Michelle – Mindful

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K. Michelle is kicking ass and taking names at the trailer park in the video for “Mindful,” the T-Pain-assisted song off her upcoming third album More Issues Than Vogue.

The colorful clip opens with the rainbow-haired singer playing cards with her girls outside her pink trailer home. They spot a neighboring group of girls, and just like that, it’s on. Before you know it, Slay Michelle is taking care of business, dancing in the streets, and warning anyone that tries to get in her way.

“You keep saying that you the illest bitch, but I still feel like Uma Thurman in Kill Bill / If you was determined to still feel like you was deserving to be real than you would have learned it a long time ago,” she states.

More Issues Than Vogue will hit stores on March 25. In addition to “Mindful” the album has spawned the singles, “Not a Little Bit,” “Ain’t You,” and “Time.” She will perform her new music on the upcoming VH1 special “A Night with K. Michelle,” which premieres March 21.

Check out the video below.

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K.Michelle Speaks On The “Blue Eyed Soul Era” and the Censorship of Black Music on ‘HuffPost Live’

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During an interview with Huffington Post Live, R&B songstress K.Michelle shined light on a very sensitive topic in regards to a double standard that black artists face in the music industry. As some may know, this rebellious soul has never categorized her style of music with a specific genre. Her highly anticipated third album, More Issues Than Vogue, will include tracks that showcase her range as an overall artist and songwriter from R&B, Soul, Pop, Country etc.

“Right now, being an African American woman in the music industry isn’t the best thing,” stated K. In the interview she discusses the difficulties she’s experienced as a soulful singer looking to get her music played to a broader audience on top 40 radio, while white artists with similar sounds are played on these stations with no problem.

“There’s certain formats and radio stations and certain things we can’t sing as African American women,” she also explained.

Michelle isn’t the first artist to address the heavy topic of discrimination in the music industry. Incredible artists who have released great bodies of work such as Tank and Tyrese have spoken openly about the hindering process of getting airplay on a larger scale as well. Who can we blame for the unfair censorship that these black artists are faced with?

K.Michelle shares that her record label, Atlantic Records, very honestly told her that if a record off of her upcoming album called “If It Ain’t Love” were sang by a white artist it would be number 1. She explains that the label has always supported her in pushing her music on all formats, but there is a fight with the radio station executives to even consider airplay for country music from a black artist.

Take a look at the full interview below, and let us know your thoughts in the comment section.

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List: The Best of February – Top 12 Records

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It’s incredible to think that February 2016 has all of the capability to be labeled as the best month of the year, and we’re nowhere near done! From Beyoncé commanding all the ladies into “Formation” to Tweet and Missy Elliott’s re-connection on “Somebody Else Will,” the year’s shortest month (even on a leap year) supplied some really good music.

In addition to the music supplied, February brought along one of the most memorable Black History Month’s in recent years. With notable Grammy performances, Oscar snubs, and apparent riots against those standing up for the culture, this Black History Month was absolutely a little more “lit” than usual and our appreciation for it was the same.

With all of that in mind and brought forth to your immediate memory, get into our “Best of February – Top 12 Records” list below!

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