With her “Love And Hip Hop” reality show picking up steam, K. Michelle has made the wise decision to use it to promote new music. Even more fitting is the Memphis songstress’ decision to speak about her VH1 cast mates. K. Michelle, whose appearance on the Mona Scott Young production helped it reach 3.6 million viewers and rank as the top rated show on cable for women in the 18-49 demographic this week, has a new track titled “Shut Up.”
On it she slams her obvious archenemies Karlie Redd — who she’s made no qualms about having issues with; “Karlie Redd even L.A. Reid’s son couldn’t put you on,” she sings. Following that she brings up Joseline, Stevie J’s artist turned mistress that many allege was born a man. “Stop calling Joseline Joe,” sings Michelle. “She ain’t a man but she surley is a h–.”
In addition to her #LHHATL castmates, “Shut Up”addresses Atlanta blogger Michelle Brown from StraightFromTheA.com. While the issues between the two ladies are still unknown, the singer rips into Brown and dubs her the lead character from Eddie Murphy’s 2007 film ‘Norbit.’ “And Miss StraightFromTheA–.com Michelle, you don’t want a piece of me Rasputia,” the singer croons. “That’s not what you wanna do.”
The track which is more than likely a freestyle, is reminiscent of K. Michelle’s mentor R. Kelly.
Listen to K. Michelle’s “Shut Up” below. -danielle canada