K. MICHELLE UNVEILS KIMBERLY: THE PEOPLE I USED TO KNOW
MICHELLE UNVEILS KIMBERLY: THE PEOPLE I USED TO KNOW
ALBUM DEBUTED AT #1 ON THE iTUNES R&B CHART & #5 OVERALL
ALSO INTRODUCES NEW VISUAL FOR “FUCK YOUR MAN”
PROJECT INCLUDES HIT SINGLES
“BIRTHDAY,” “EITHER WAY FEAT. CHRIS BROWN,”
AND THE CHART-TOPPING URBAN AC SMASH, “MAKE THIS SONG CRY”
KIMBERLY: THE PEOPLE I USED TO KNOW AVAILABLE
AT ALL DIGITAL MUSIC RETAILERS AND STREAMING SERVICES TODAY
Atlantic recording artist K. MICHELLE has officially returned with the release of her highly anticipated new album. KIMBERLY: THE PEOPLE I USED TO KNOW is available today at all music retailers and streaming services. She has also introduced her newest video for “Fuck Your Man.” Watch the video here.
KIMBERLY: THE PEOPLE I USED TO KNOW is highlighted by a trio of hit singles including “Birthday,” “Either Way (Feat. Chris Brown),” and “Make This Song Cry,” the latter of which debuted at the week’s #1 Most Added at Urban AC radio outlets nationwide upon its release this fall. The album also debuted atop the iTunes R&B Chart at #1 and #5 overall.
- Michelle’s fourth studio album, KIMBERLY: THE PEOPLE I USED TO KNOW follows 2016’s MORE ISSUES THAN VOGUE, which made a stunning #1 arrival on Billboard’s Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums – the songstress’ third consecutive time debuting atop the chart. The album also entered the overall Billboard 200 at #2. MORE ISSUES THAN VOGUE arrived hot on the heels 2014’s, ANYONE WANNA BUY A HEART?, that year’s top selling R&B release and highest charting debut from a female R&B artist. What’s more, the album was named to both Billboard’s “10 Best R&B Albums of 2014” and Rolling Stone’s “20 Best R&B Albums of 2014.” “An excellent album,” declared Complex, adding, “It cannot be denied any longer: K. Michelle leaps and bounds ahead of many of her peers.”
- Michelle has earned recognition as “Best New Artist” at the 2013 Soul Train Awards along with “Outstanding New Artist” at the 2014 NAACP Image Awards. The award winning artist remains busy with her boutique restaurant/lounge, Puff & Petals, and her partnership with Jack Daniel’s in which she became the first African-American ambassador for the brand while introducing Southern Peach Jack Daniel’s Country Cocktails.
KIMBERLY: THE PEOPLE I USED TO KNOW is now available for download/streaming here.
KIMBERLY: THE PEOPLE I USED TO KNOW
- “Welcome to the People I Used to Know”
- “God, Love, Sex and Drugs”
- “Make This Song Cry”
- “Crazy Like You”
- “Kim K”
- “Takes Two Feat Jeremih”
- “Either Way Feat Chris Brown”
- “Fuck Your Man Interlude”
- “No Not You”
- “Giving Up On Love”
- “Help Me Grow Interlude”
- “Run Don’t Walk”
- “Industry Suicide Interlude”
- “Talk To God”
- “Brain On Love”
- “Woman of My Word”
- “Princess Nokia Outro”