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K. Michelle has already had quite the ride in her burgeoning music career. The Memphis bred singer/songwriter has surely benefited from her past relationship controversy and reality show fame, but if that’s what was needed for the world to take notice and really connect with her as an artist, than more power to her. In a world where talent alone won’t win the race, K has finally found the light she deserves. This past Tuesday K. Michelle headlined her own show at B.B. Kings in NYC and sold out the venue, with a mass of mostly female fans who lined the street waiting to be let in. The singer completely filled the house with an army of ride or die fans, latched on to her every word note.

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Upon taking the stage the room erupted in cheer, bringing the singer to tears in a truly emotional moment, “I promise to never disappoint y’all,” said K. Quickly getting back into performance mode she sung the early fan favorite, “You Gonna Learn,” backed by her impressive band. “We gon’ sing a lot of songs and have fun,” she told the crowd. Getting everyone in a mood to celebrate some of R&B’s best leading ladies she paid tribute to some of her favs, as she usually does, delivering a riveting rendition of Monica’s “Before You Walk Out My Life,” Brandy‘s “I Wanna Be Down” and Mary J. Blige‘s “Be Happy.”

The air in the room was about to change though when the two big screen projectors displayed a photo of NY Knicks player J.R. Smith. The two had a public relationship/break-up which she claims fueled inspiration for most of her debut album (see interview here). SOURCE