K. Michelle Releases New Single & Video “The Rain”

K. MICHELLE RELEASES SULTRY NEW SINGLE & VIDEO FOR “THE RAIN” TODAY

NATIONAL “OVER SOME D*CK TOUR” KICKS OFF NOVEMBER 11TH IN GRAND RAPIDS, MI

NEW ALBUM, ALL MONSTERS ARE HUMAN,  COMING SOON

(October 25, 2019) R&B singer K. Michelle releases an erotic, new ballad, “The Rain,” today. The track features a classic sample of New Edition’s “Can You Stand The Rain,” with K. Michelle suggestively asking her man if he’s up to the challenge. In addition, K. Michelle releases the accompanying video directed by Zachary Greaton.  “The Rain” is the official single from K.’ s new album All Monsters Are Human, which will be released shortly.

She recently announced the “Over Some D*ck Tour,” which kicks off on November 11 in Grand Rapids at 20 Monroe Live and culminates December 5 in Las Vegas at Brooklyn Bowl, with stops in New York, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Chicago, Cleveland and more. For more information on tickets and VIP packages (Meet & Greet, VIP early entry, photos and more) log onto www.allmonstersarehuman.com.

K. Michelle previously released the street single “Supahood,” featuring Kash Doll and City Girls. Produced by Lil’ Ronnie, K. Michelle doesn’t hold her tongue as she tells the world what she loves and how she loves it.   “Supahood” is currently available on all digital platforms.

Fans can check out K. Michelle every Monday on Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood on VH1 at 8 PM EST.  Full tour dates are below:

“OSD Tour” Dates
DATE                    CITY                                VENUE                 
Nov. 11                 Grand Rapids, MI             20 Monroe Live
Nov. 12                 Detroit, MI                        The Fillmore Detroit
Nov. 13                 Chicago, IL                       House of Blues Chicago
Nov. 15                 Kansas City, MO              Uptown Theater
Nov. 17                 Cleveland, OH                  House of Blues Chicago
Nov. 18                 New York, NY                   Sony Hall
Nov. 19                 Philadelphia, PA               The Theatre of Living Arts
Nov. 20                 Washington, DC               Warner Theater
Nov. 22                 Lafayette, LA                    Heymann Performing Arts Center*
Nov. 24                 Raleigh, NC                      The Ritz
Nov. 26                 Atlanta, GA                       The Tabernacle
Nov. 27                 New Orleans, LA              The Fillmore
Nov. 29                 Houston, TX                     House of Blues Houston
Nov. 30                 Dallas, TX                        House of Blues Dallas
Dec. 3                    Los Angeles, CA             The Mayan
Dec. 4                    San Diego, CA                House of Blues San Diego
Dec. 5                    Las Vegas, NV                Brooklyn Bowl
*Not a part of the “OSD Tour”