Beautiful Textures Kicks Off Sponsorship of K. Michelle’s “Rebellious Soul Tour” in Houston
CNN/Stylemagazine.com Newswire | 11/19/2013, 7:08 p.m.
Rebel fans quickly filled Warehouse Live in Houston on Tuesday, November 12, 2013, to experience, what was to be, a LIVE experience, sponsored by Beautiful Textures. The Rebellious Soul Tour will touch down in 7-cities headlined by Atlantic Records recording artist, K. Michelle. The show opened up with Houston’s own, Brian Angel, former member of Day 26! K. Michelle is accompanied on the tour by rising stars, Tiara Thomas whose hit single is “Bad” & the “It won’t stop” songstress featuring Chris Brown, Sevyn Streeter.
These ladies really know how to rock a show!
K. Michelle brought her celebrity friend, Tami Roman, a popular star of Basketball Wives L.A., out on stage. Rapper Kirko Bangz was also spotted enjoying the Rebel tour at Warehouse Live. Immediately after the concert, fans anxiously gathered for the meet & greet with K. Michelle & they were able to take home Beautiful Textures swag bags!
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All photos by: Tiffany Kowalski
Keandra “Ke’Ke” Scott