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Singer K. Michelle recently announced that her fifth studio album, All Monsters Are Human will be coming soon, alongside a coinciding tour. The “V.S.O.P.” singer will also be making her return to reality TV.

K. Michelle recently took to Instagram to share the exciting news with her fans. She posted a video montage of previous tour stops in cities like Detroit and wrote “NOV 11 starts my 5th tour with live nation!!!!” in her caption. “First time back on tour since surgery! I’m bringing my new a– with me. Details coming soon.”

All Monsters Are Human will be the follow up to 2017’s Kimberly: The People I Used to Know. The tour that is in support of the album kicks off on November 11. However, the release date for K. Michelle’s fifth album is currently unknown. 

K. Michelle’s new upcoming reality TV show will be about the singer helping other women who have difficulties with previous cosmetic surgeries that they would like to have reversed but can’t afford to.

On Wednesday (Sept. 11), K. Michelle took to Instagram to also announce a new challenge that she’s created to gift one of her fans, affectionately named Rebels, $1,000 for explaining what “All Monsters Are Human” means to them. The challenge titled #AMAHchallenge requires participants to create a video and upload it to Instagram explaining what that phrase means and using the coinciding hashtag.

“Rebels, let’s try this again. Have you been eaten alive by a monster? If so who and why! Tell me what ALL MONSTERS ARE HUMAN means to and for you in an IG video and hashtag #AMAHchallenge. I’m trying to give away some money, tour tix, and live chat with some of y’all, so make it good! Official Rules here:,” K. Michelle wrote in the caption of her video.

NOV 11 starts my 5th tour with live nation!!!! First time back on tour since surgery! I'm bringing my new ass with me ????Details coming soon

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Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth. Follow her on Twitter @GlennishaMorgan.