R&B singer K. Michelle shared a snippet of an old performance of hers that wowed her social media followers.
The artist-turned-reality-star performed her hit song “Save Me” during VH1’s “Love and Hip Hop: Hollywood” season 5 reunion episode of Nov. 18, 2018. She shared a video of her onstage performance on Sunday, Jan. 6, after announcing that her new mixtape and album were in the works.
“Are you guys ready for the mixtape and album? I am😉 Until then enjoy “Save Me” I wrote this down to ever last emotion😒 Go stream or head over to iTunes! Official first single on the way Rebels,” she wrote on her Instagram page.
Comments flooded in on how beautiful her singing voice sounded and how fans were blown away by her vocals skills.
“Your voice—- you music—- gives me wonderful chills. It’s beautiful 😍.”
“OMG I remember this performance on lhh. Your voice is beautiful keep being Uniquely YOU and giving us great music,” another added.
One person wrote, EThis video made me fall back in love with your singing all over again K. I get chills every time I hear you sing. SANG GUL 😘.”
K. Michelle released her last album, “Kimberly: The People I Used to Know,” in 2017. The star has been on hiatus from the music scene but revealed in November 2018 that she fell back in love with music and was working on a new project.
“I’m a Bomb in love with music,” K. Michelle wrote in an Instagram post.
The 33-year-old started her music career in 2009 with Jive Records and later went on to sign with Atlantic Records in 2012. She released her hit single “V.S.O.P” in 2013 on her album “Rebellious Soul,” which reached No. 1 on the U.S. Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Billboard 200 chart.