Tag Archives: Kimberly “K. Michelle” Pate

K. Michelle announces details for new album “All Monsters Are Human”

10 Jan

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K. Michelle has announced the details for her upcoming album.

The American singer/songwriter (born Kimberly Pate) dubbed her fifth studio collection “All Monsters Are Human” and will release it on 31 January via Entertainment One Music / No Color No Sound Records.

Current promotional single “The Rain” – which samples New Edition’s 1988 hit single “Can You Stand the Rain” – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The follow-up to 2017’s “Kimberly: The People I Used to Know” also features contributions from Troy Taylor, Jazze Pha, Ronnie Jackson, Uforo Ebong, Darhyl “DJ” Camper,  Rico Love, Chad “C-Note” Roper , Drumma Boy, Gabrielle “Goldie” Nowee, and Louis York (aka Claude Kelly and Chuck Harmony).

See the tracklisting for “All Monsters Are Human” below.

(1) Just Like Jay / (2) That Game / (3) The Rain / (4) All the Lovers / (5) Something New / (6) Ciara’s Prayer / (7) Omg / (8) Supahood / (9) Love on Me / (10) I Don’t Like You / (11) Table for One / (12) Can’t Let (You Get Away) / (13) The Worst

K. Michelle drafts Jason Boyd for new album

5 Feb

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K. Michelle has drafted Jason “Poo Bear” Boyd for her upcoming fourth album.

“My last studio session for my new album was spent with a genius crazy man. Wait till you guys hear this one #PooBear,” the singer-songwriter posted to Instagram on Saturday (February 04, 2017).

Boyd is known for co-writing international hit singles including “What Do You Mean” (Justin Bieber), “Where Are U Now” (Jack Ü), “She Ain’t You” (Chris Brown), “Bitch Bad” (Lupe Fiasco) and “Work” (Kelly Rowland).

His extensive resume boasts further works with Usher (“Caught Up”), Pink (“Love is Such a Crazy Thing”), Kelis (“Handful”), Ludacris (“Contagious”), Mya (“Lock U Down”), Amerie (“Just Like Me”) and Blu Cantrell (“Round Up”).

Meanwhile, K. Michelle – real name Kimberly Pate – will release her next studio collection later this year via Warner Music Group / Atlantic Records.

The follow-up to 2016’s “More Issues Than Vogue” is expected to delivers further songwriting contributions from Bianca Atterberry (Pia Mia), Rosina Russell (Dawn Richard), Claude Kelly (Brandy) and Sevyn Streeter (Alicia Keys).

On the production front, K. Michelle has teamed up with Soulshock & Karlin (Whitney Houston), Rodney Jerkins (Toni Braxton), Chuck Harmony (Mary J. Blige), Mike Dupree (Trey Songz), Lovy Longomba (Gwen Stefani) and Kam Parker (June’s Diary).

Fans of Jason Boyd’s songwriting works, on the other hand, should look out for the next projects by Jason Derulo [Warner Brothers], Rita Ora [Atlantic], Sam Smith [Capitol], Zara Larsson [Epic] and Jessie Reyez [TBA].

Watch the music video for “Love ‘Em All” below.

K. Michelle drafts Priscilla Renea, Eric Hudson for new single “Time”

28 Feb

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K. Michelle has debuted her new single online.

The singer-songwriter – real name Kimberly Pate – posted the audio clip for “Time” to her YouTube channel on Thursday (February 25, 2016).

“Time” was co-written by Priscilla Renea Hamilton, whose other credits include Monica’s “I Miss Music” [RCA], Fifth Harmony’s “Worth It” [Syco], Tamar Braxton’s “Tip Toe” [Streamline] and Mariah Carey’s “Infinity” [Epic].

Production duties were handled by Eric Hudson, who also worked with the likes of Marsha Ambrosius (“Shoes”), Omarion (“Entourage”), Bridget Kelly (“Special Delivery”), Mary J. Blige (“Why?”) and Keyshia Cole (“Missing Me”).

As mentioned in earlier posts, K. Michelle will release her third studio collection “More Issues Than Vogue” – featuring previous singles “Not a Little Bit,” “Ain’t You” and “Mindful” – on March 25 via Atlantic Records.

The keenly awaited project follows to 2014’s “Anybody Wanna Buy a Heart?,” which debuted at number six on the US Billboard 200 Albums Chart and spawned singles including “Hard to Do” and “Maybe I Should Call.”

Listen to the audio clip for “Time” below.

K. Michelle reveals details for new album “More Issues Than Vogue”

7 Feb

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K. Michelle has revealed the details for her upcoming third album.

The singer-songwriter – real name Kimberly Pate – christened her next studio collection “More Issues Than Vogue” and will release it later this year through Warner Music Group / Atlantic Records.

Lead single “Not a Little Bit” – now available for download via iTunes – was co-written by Kelly Price and produced by Anthony “Shep” Crawford.

The follow-up to 2014’s “Anybody Wanna Buy a Heart?” reportedly features further songwriting contributions from Diane Warren (Beyonce), Sevyn Streeter (Ariana Grande), Priscilla Renea (Rihanna), and Ilsey Juber (Majid Jordan).

On the production front, K. Michelle has teamed up with Pop & Oak (Usher), Knox Brown (Mary J. Blige), Corporal (Ne-Yo), Eric Hudson (Omarion), The-Dream (Ciara), Harmony Samuels (Jojo), and Troy Taylor (Kehlani).

Peep the tracklisting for “More Issues Than Vogue” below.

(1) Mindful / (2) Got Em Like / (3) Ain’t You / (4) Not a Little Bit / (5) If It Ain’t Love / (6) Make the Bed (featuring Jason Derulo) / (7) Nightstand / (8) These Men / (9) All I Got / (10) Time / (11) Rich / (12) Sleep Like a Baby

K Michelle teams with Kelly Price, Shep Crawford for new single “Not a Little Bit”

24 Jan

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K. Michelle has unleashed her new single online.

The singer-songwriter – real name Kimberly Pate – posted the audio clip for “Not a Little Bit” to her YouTube channel on Thursday (January 21, 2016).

“Not a Little Bit” – now available for download via iTunes and all other online outlets – was co-written by Kelly Price (Faith Evans, Whitney Houston) and produced by Anthony “Shep” Crawford (Tamia, Deborah Cox).

As mentioned in earlier posts, K. Michelle’s upcoming third album is scheduled for release later this year through Atlantic Records.

The still-untitled project reportedly delivers additional productions from Pop & Oak (Rihanna), Harmony Samuels (Ciara), Corporal (Ne-Yo), Eric Hudson (Mariah Carey), Knox Brown (Emeli Sande), and Danja (Keri Hilson).

On the songwriting front, the follow-up to 2014’s “Anybody Wanna Buy a Heart?” boasts contributions from Priscilla Renea (Clean Bandit), Sevyn Streeter (Ariana Grande), Ilsey Juber (Jennifer Lopez), and The-Dream (Beyonce).

Listen to the audio clip for “Not a Little Bit” below.