Hey Kontrol Fans!! So you know were always pushing the envelope and giving you something special with every issue we put out. So today is no different!! We have put together a Special Edition Magazine Just for you featuring our girl K Michelle.
K Michelle is making waves with her new reality show “K Michelle My Life” on VH1 and her new album “Anybody Wanna Buy A Heart ” is set to drop Next Tuesday.
From music to reality television K. Michelle has given her all to the public striving for success. Love it or hate she couldn’t care any less. In the past she’s been known to shake tables and snatching wigs left and right. This R&B songstress takes no mercy on revealing the truth whether it’s behind the microphone or in someone’s face. Make no mistake she’s a sweetheart, but crossing her may just be your own mistake. With her newly released sophomore effort, Anybody Wanna By A Heart , fans can expect a new side of her exposed. Coming from a place of pain and hardship on her debut album, Rebellious Soul, she now has her sights in a different direction.
For this issue K Michelle got the guys to bare it all while she stands in Kontrol and gives you nothing but sexy body and face. Make sure you ALL get your LIMITED EDITION copy before its SOLD OUT.
This issue will only sold at http://www.kontrolmag.com/purchase-issue/
And check us out tonight on K. Michelle My Life on VH1
KONTROL: You said this past relationship inspired your newest project, but what caused you to stay?
Michelle: Chile, I was in love! I felt like this man was my soul mate. I had never experienced anything like it. It was amazing to be with someone who was equally as creative. He was a muse.
KONTROL: How did you reach a point of being so comfortable in your body? How long did it take you to reach that place?
Michelle: I’m not sure. I think you just get to a point where you’re like, “This is who I am, take it or leave it.” I was in New York recently and someone gave me a hat that said, “I’m beautiful as f*ck” and I fell in love with it; because of how confident a person has to be to wear a hat like that. I think more [it’s] than being comfortable with my body, I’m comfortable with being myself.