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K. Michelle Net Worth, Biography & Wiki 2017
Kimberly Michelle Pate, to the audience known as K. Michelle, is a famous American singer and songwriter, record producer, as well as a guitarist. K. Michelle rose to prominence in 2009, when she released a single entitled “Fakin’ It”, which featured vocals from Missy Elliott. Soon after its release, “Fakin’ It” peaked at #100 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs music chart, and was met with rather favorable reviews. As a result of its success, Michelle released several other singles, all of which proved to be as commercially profitable. Consequently, K. Michelle signed a record deal with Atlanta Records, and in 2013 released her debut album entitled “Rebellious Soul” to positive reviews, and the album spawned such singles as “V. S. O. P” and “Can’t Raise a Man” and peaked at #2 on the Billboard 200 chart. Prior to the release of the album, K Michelle appeared in the first two seasons of the reality television series called “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta”, in which she co-starred alongside Mimi Faust, Karlie Redd, Rasheeda, Erica Dixon and Traci Steele.
K. Michelle Net Worth $1.5 Million
A well-known singer, how rich is K. Michelle? According to sources, in 2012 her earnings for the first season of “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” amounted to $50,000, while her salary for the second season of the show rose to $200,000. In addition to that, K. Michelle signed a $3 million contract with Atlanta Records, and in 2013 earned $512,000 from the sales of her “Rebellious Soul” album. In regards to her overall wealth, K Michelle’s net worth is estimated to be $1.5 million in combined earnings, most of which she has accumulated due to her singing career, as well as appearances on television screens.
K. Michelle was born in 1984, in Tennessee, United States. When she was a child, Michelle attended piano and guitar lessons, and worked with Bob Westbrook, who is known for also working with such famous people as Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake. K. Michelle enrolled in the Florida A&M University, from which she graduated with a double degree in music and psychology. Since she had always desired to become a singer, in 2009 Michelle signed a record deal with Jive Record, and later that year debuted with “Fakin’ It”, which brought her a lot of public exposure. Soon afterwards, K Michelle began working on her debut album, which featured guest appearances from Trina, Gucci Mane, Usher and others. However, the album was not released since Michelle left the label prior to its scheduled release. Eventually, she landed a spot on the reality series called “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta”, and that same year, in 2012, joined Atlanta Records label. Following the release of her debut album, in 2014 K. Michelle came out with her second studio work entitled “Anybody Wanna Buy a Heart?”, which produced such singles as “Maybe I Should Call” and “Love ‘Em All”.
In regards to her personal life, K. Michelle had a relationship with a basketball player Lance Stephenson. Following their break-up, Michelle started dating Bobby Maze, who used to play college basketball.