Now that K. Michelle released her album, Rebellious Soul, which debuted at number two on the Billboard 200 chart, the singer can focus on life after leaving the hit reality show Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta in favor of a new, solo reality show on VH1.
Of her old show she told Billboard, “The only reason I did [the show] was to get a record deal, which I got after the first season [with Warner Music Group], and promote my music.”
K. Michelle says her solo VH1 reality show will not fall under the production umbrella of Mona Scott-Young‘s Monami Entertainment, which produces Love & Hip-Hop. “I don’t think that particular show was for me. That’s why I got off,” the singer explains. “Being that I’m going to stick to reality, the terms have to be right for me. I can’t let anything get in the way of building this music legacy.”
Her manager, Jeff Robinson, tells the magazine that her new show “is not going to be anything like Love & Hip-Hop.” He adds, “It’s going to be about K. and her musical friends and their adventures.”
In the meantime, fans can anticipate tour dates to be announced soon to further support Rebellious Soul.
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