August 26, 2013

K.Michelle Opens Up & Shares Her Rebellious Soul With Sister 2 Sister Magazine!

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K.Michelle Opens Up & Shares Her "Rebellious Soul" With Sister2Sister Magazine!

"I didn't come to make friends. I came to make great music. So I take that. You don't have to like all of my decisions and all of my antics. But you have to respect my music."--K.Michelle
This sassy songstress-turned-reality-TV star, K.Michelle, has never had a problem keeping it real and speaking her mind. With a new record deal, a new album and a new show, find out how and why she’s striving to shed her “villainous” image in the September 2013 issue of Sister2Sister Magazine.
K.Michelle opens up to Sister2Sister Magazine Publisher Jamie Foster Brown about her past abusive relationships, her music career, and her plans for the future.
Check out a sneak peek into the interview below:
Jamie: Is there any kind if misconception about you that you think is out there?
K.Michelle: There’s a lot of them, but I think people are starting to see. You’d think I just pop off, but you don’t see I’ve had a full conversation with this individual. You just see me curse them out. You know it’s gotta be a villain every season. Somebody’s got to bring the ratings. It falls on me; I take it. It is what it is. But I think people need to understand that I’m not always angry. I’m very calm. My manager always says I’m the most giving person out of any artist that he’s ever met. I will do anything for anybody.
Jamie: What’s your show going to be like?
K.Michelle: The real me.
Jamie: I thought we saw the real you.
K.Michelle: No, you see the angry me, but this show is more my move to New York. Like, I’m just getting in my house this week in New York. Now we found the furniture—all of this kind of stuff, and just my growth as an artist and me dating again and just me being a mother and my real friends, not the friends that I’ve been put with.
What life lessons has K.Michelle learned? Please visit http://s2smagazine.com/78018/k-michelle-learned-more-as-a-stripper-than-in-college/ or pick up the September 2013 issue of Sister2Sister Magazine to find out.
About: Sister2Sister Media and Jamie Foster Brown
Sister2Sister Media's Publisher & CEO Jamie Foster Brown is affectionately known as "The Barbara Walters of Print," and like many pioneers who have broken new ground, has won numerous accolades as a trailblazer in the entertainment industry. Sister2Sister Magazine boasts a loyal readership of 585,000 while www.S2Smagazine.com receives a half of a million unique visitors per month and experiences 3 million monthly page views.
Jamie Foster Brown's talent, tenacity and toughness have made her one of the most prominent Black women in entertainment journalism and her monthly publication a staple for entertainment industry insiders. Since launching Sister 2 Sister in September 1988, she has become the consummate confidant to the stars, and is often the first to get interviews with major celebrities. In the 80's Jamie worked for Black Entertainment Television as an advertising secretary to its founder, Robert Johnson, and was subsequently promoted to producer for their flagship shows "Video Soul" and "Video LP." An urban media icon, Jamie is frequently quoted by major news organizations all over the world. She's been quoted numerous times over the past 25 years Sister2Sister Magazine has been in existence, and cited by Associated Press, Entertainment Weekly, EXTRA!, Access Hollywood, Entertainment Tonight, USA Today, ABC News, MSNBC, CNN and PEOPLE Magazine to name a few. Brown is a graduate of the University of Stockholm in Stockholm, Sweden. In 2008, she received a Doctorate in Humane Letters from Bennett College.

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