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The last African-American artist to be spotlighted during Black History Month is R&B rebel K. Michelle. Born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee, K. Michelle was always into music. As a child, she took music lessons from Bob Westbrook, who worked with artists such as Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears. K released her debut album Rebellious Soul on Atlantic records, which was a commercial success. Her sound is not just one of R&B. K. Michelle loves to sing numerous other genres such as country, pop, electronica, and rock & roll. Tune into WNJR Radio for a listen.