Today, Atlantic Records recording artist K. Michelle has released her highly anticipated sophomore studio album Anybody Wanna Buy A Heart? (#AWBAH). The album, which follows last year's chart-topping Rebellious Soul, features current singles "Maybe I Should Call" and "Love 'Em All" and is available with all physical and digital retailers, including a special deluxe version with two bonus tracks only at Best Buy.
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Over the past several weeks, K. Michelle has steadily released music and visuals off of Anybody Wanna Buy A Heart? including "Maybe I Should Call" and "Love 'Em All" which were premiered in coordination with her hit VH1 show "K. Michelle: My Life." The response to the tracks and visuals has been astounding, with press coverage pouring in from TIME Magazine to Perez Hilton to The Boombox for her signature honest, raw songwriting and powerful voice. Additionally, over the past week, the album has also been available for stream via VH1. Today, K. Michelle will release the music video for her track "Something About The Night" on BET's 106 & Park. The video takes K. Michelle back to the 1920's in beautiful flapper fashion as she performs the upbeat track in an old speakeasy setting.
Moreover, as K. Michelle continues her impressive album roll out, tonight she will celebrate the release of Anybody Wanna Buy A Heart? with a headline performance at New York City's famed Apollo Theater. Lastly, on Thursday, December 11th K. Michelle will perform a medley of tracks from the album on the "Wendy Williams" show.
On top of releasing her second solo album in just a year's time, K. Michelle's show "K. Michelle: My Life" just wrapped an impressive first season on VH1. Airing on Mondays at 9PM EST, during the highly competitive Monday night primetime television timeframe, the show has pulled in as many as 2.2 million viewers, with a stronghold of the key 18-49 demographic. View previous episodes of the show here:
Known to millions as a cast member on the hit VH1 series, "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta," K. Michelle earned acclaim for this summer's full-length "hip-hopera," "K. Michelle: Rebellious Soul – The Musical." The VH1 film – directed by Golden Globe winner Idris Elba (The Wire, Luther) – includes explosive, theatrical, and deeply moving renditions of such hit singles as "V.S.O.P.," "Damn," and "Can't Raise A Man" alongside other "REBELLIOUS SOUL" favorites. Atlantic's "K. MICHELLE: REBELLIOUS SOUL – THE MUSICAL SOUNDTRACK" is available now at all leading DSPs. For clips, videos, and additional information, please log on to      
"REBELLIOUS SOUL" made a stunning #1 debut atop Billboard's "Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums" chart upon its release earlier last summer. Furthermore, the album entered the overall SoundScan/Billboard 200 at #2 – the highest debut on the main chart for a female R&B singer's first album since March 2001. In addition to its massive popular success, "REBELLIOUS SOUL" has also received widespread critical applause, with the New York Times hailing it as a "milestone…it has the confidence of survival." Vibe praised Michelle's "triumphant vocals," singling out "V.S.O.P." as "energetic and infectious… (the album's) shining star." "REBELLIOUS SOUL" further proved an international sensation, with the UK's The Guardian awarding it four-out-of-five stars, calling it "dramatic and raw… the emergence of a vital voice."
K. Michelle was also among 2013's most honored artists, including such prestigious prizes as Soul Train Awards' "Best New Artist" and the NAACP Image Awards' "Outstanding New Artist." An electrifying and charismatic live performer, K. spent much of the past year on the road, highlighted by "BET Music Matters Presents The Rebellious Soul Tour with K. Michelle," presented by BET's "Music Matters," the network's influential campaign highlighting the next generation of superstars. In addition, the gifted R&B star accompanied Robin Thicke as special guest on 2014's blockbuster "Blurred Lines Tour."
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