K. Michelle Net Worth
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K Michelle Net Worth | Bio | Wiki R&B vocalist K Michelle has seen her profession and personal life crumble to ashes and built back up with fire. The soulful songstress eventually had an opportunity to share her story with millions to the most popular reality series Love & Hip Hop Atlanta on VH1. Being featured on the series for the initial two seasons has enabled K Michelle to rebuild her livelihood and fans eventually get an opportunity to hear her speak her truth. The 31 year old is spreading her wings dropping her debut record V.S.O.P in 2013. The record debuted at number 1 on the R&B/Soul Graphs and sold over 150,000 copies the first week beyond sales anticipations. Focusing on her career she is moving from the A and will continue her television career on Love & Hip Hop in ny.
K Michelle was born Kimberly Michelle Pat in Memphis Tennessee. Subsequently she dated a guy nicknamed Memphitz who had been hired to navigate her musical profession. She was signed to the label in 2008 and dropped her several singles to create anticipation for her debut release. Tunes “Fakin It” “I Just can not Do This” and “How Many Times” made minimal looks on the radio but managed to chart on the Billboard Charts. It wasn’t enough to satisfy Jive who dropped Memphitz in 2011.
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Prior to her departure from Jive K Michelle claims her mentor and ex boyfriend Memphitz had physically abused her. She additionally promises the cash that has been given to develop her profession he spent on his clothes and cars. Memphtiz denies the allegations. In 2012 K Michelle made her television debut on the hit series Love & Hip Hop Atlanta. She was recorded as a main character and paid $50K in the initial season. The exact same year she was sought out by several record companies including Warner Bros. and Atlantic. Both labels found a solid increase in her fan base in the popularity of the series. Atlantic won the bid war in the long run. She signed a 3 record deal for $3 million in 2012. The label additionally advised she leave the series due to the negative feelings she was leaving on viewers because of her physical and verbal altercations with cast members. But Mona Scott Young and VH1 producers offered K Michelle a deal for $200K to join the cast of the initial Love & Hip Hop. Filming began for season 4 summer 2013.