Kimberly Michelle Pate, to her fans known as K. Michelle, has a net worth of $ 980 thousand. She is an American R&B singer, rapper, songwriter and also a guitarist. She had her debut with a mix-tape entitled “What’s the 901?”, which indeed helped her gain the initial popularity. She got much appreciation for the song “Fakin’ It”, released in 2009. It also included vocals from Missy Elliott and soon featured on Billboard top 100.
In 2009, before releasing the song “Fakin it”, Pate collaborated with Jive Records. During that time she also released other songs including “I Just Can’t Do This”, “Fallin'” and “How Many Times”. However, in 2012 she left the record label.
|Birth Date||March 4, 1984|
|Labels||Jive, Atlantic, RCA|
K. Mihelle Net Worth
|Year||K. Michelle Net Worth|
|2017||$ 980 thousand|
|2016||$ 800 thousand|
|2015||$ 760 thousand|
K. Mihelle Income
In 2013, she signed a contract with Atlanta records for $ 3 million.
Tours: As reported, the singer could make $50,000 after appearing in “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta”, season 1. Then later she appeared in the second season, earning $200,000. Her album “Rebellious Soul” got a good response from fans, adding to her fortune. Apart from that K. Michelle also signed a contract with Atlanta Records.
- My Twisted Mind Tour (2015)
- Rebellious Soul Tour (2013)
Albums released till date:
- More Issues Than Vogue (2016)
- Anybody Wanna Buy a Heart? (2014)
- Rebellious Soul (2013)
K. Michelle House
Born on March 4, 1984, K. Michelle showed early interest in music. In her formative years, she learned to play guitar as well as piano.Later Michelle enrolled in Bob Westbrook’s voice classes, who also trained other famous celebrities including Britney Spears (born December 2, 1981) and Just Timberlake (born January 31, 1981).
While studying at the Florida A&M University, she received a music scholarship and later became a member of the Delta Sigma Theta sorority.
Apart from movies, she has appeared in a number of TV series, including “Stevie J & Joseline: Go Hollywood”, “L.A Hair”, “Punk’d”, “Love & Hip Hop Live: The Wedding”, “K. Michelle: My Life” and “Love & Hip Hop”.