We are proud of K. Michelle while her hustle game is strong and at the same time, she is setting a great example for women. I recently hopped on the phone with her to discuss her new album that is dropping January 31. Aside from the new music, we talk her new restaurant and the television shows she has in the works. The grind never stops for K and she is doing a damn good job. Check out the conversation below!
RESPECT.: ‘All Monsters Are Human,’ tell me about the project dropping January 31st and how did it come about?
Well I think the title says a lot. We are all villains in someone else’s eyes. We all have different faces to someone. To some people I’m a villain and to some people I’m a saint. We can’t judge people so we have to say all monsters are human.
RESPECT.: So is this project going to be based on love?
It is based on relationships and life. Thats never going to change because it is something that always continues. Theres always going to more to talk about.
RESPECT.: So you dropped a track called THE RAIN recently and the video. I noticed it samples New Edition.
I sing New Edition’s “Can You Stand The Rain” all of the time. For me to be able to do THE RAIN and get the response that I did it means a lot to me. The record is still moving and doing great.
RESPECT.: How did that song come about production wise down to the recording?
Someone had the record and I took it and did it over. That record is about four years old.
RESPECT.: Not only are you doing music but you have another restaurant on the way.
I needed to move the location for safety. I need the best location for my female demographic and I wanted to put it somewhere better. That’s why I chose that.
RESPECT.: What makes you keep going with the restaurant business?
I just love it. It’s something that I like and it is something I am good at. It is just another talent I like to be able to do.
RESPECT.: I like the feeling Puff & Petals gives me when I walk in. It’s so feminine.
Yea, the next location is going to be even better. The food and the vibe is going to be even better.
RESPECT.: You also have this show on lifetime that’s coming can you tell us a little about that?
Yes I do. It is about women and helping them remove silicone from their bodies. It is something thats going to help save some lives and help women out. We are going to start filming in the next couple of months. We are now casting and it will be a recurring show on lifetime kind of like 600 pound life. The lifestyle change isn’t something that happens in just a few weeks so we will be recording throughout the year. I am very excited about that.
RESPECT.: It’s crazy to think about all the pockets you have your hands in. How are you able to balance all these different talents?
Just try not to go crazy!
RESPECT.: What we can expect from you in 2020 to wrap this up?
2020 is the restaurant I’m about to open and I have a country TV show thats about to be picked up as well. As for the surgeries I still have a lot of healing to do as I have a few more procedures to get done. More music, going on tour, doing What K. Michelle likes to do.
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