Keyshia Cole

Mar
26
Keyshia Cole and R. Kelly Hit the Studio

Keyshia Cole and R. Kelly

Keyshia Cole and R. Kelly are cooking up a new collaboration. The R&B superstars hit the studio this week to work on her new album.

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Mar
24
Keyshia Cole Blasts Radio Station After ‘Wifey’ Comment

Keyshia Cole

Keyshia Cole came close to slapping a bitch like Rick James after a radio interview went awry.

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Mar
20
Keyshia Cole Talks Beyoncé, Divorce Rumors, & Family ‘Chaos’ on ‘The Breakfast Club’

Keyshia Cole x The Breakfast Club

Fresh off the release of her new single “Rick James” featuring Juicy J, Keyshia Cole stopped by Power 105.1′s “The Breakfast Club.” The Oakland songstress kept it real during the 30-minute interview, addressing her controversial comments about Beyoncé and Michelle Williams, divorce rumors, the “chaos” in her family, and her new album, which may inspire some women to “bust a few windows.”

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Mar
20
New Music: Keyshia Cole – ‘Next Time (Won’t Give My Heart Away)’

Next Time

After threatening to “slap a bitch” on her Juicy J-assisted single “Rick James,” Keyshia Cole shows a softer side on “Next Time (Won’t Give My Heart Away).” On the vulnerable ballad, the R&B songstress opens up about her relationship with estranged husband Daniel “Boobie” Gibson, who reportedly cheated on her.

“The crazy part about it is I took you right back / I thought you were a changed man / I tried to work it out for the sake of my family / But you took my kindness for weakness and my love for granted,” she sings.

But Keyshia warns him that this will be his last chance. “You do it again / Next time, I won’t throw my heart away again,” she says.

The song is one of six tracks she freestyled for her upcoming sixth album. “It’s just about giving your heart away and not really thinking, just moving on love and not moving with your mind,” she told “The Breakfast Club.”

The follow-up to 2012′s Woman to Woman will be out in August and will be her final album for Interscope.

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Mar
19
New Music: Keyshia Cole f/ Juicy J – ‘Rick James’

Rick James

Keyshia Cole is back with a banger. The R&B diva takes off her earrings and gets ratchet on “Rick James,” the first single off her upcoming sixth album. Fed up with her man and his cheating ways, she decides to send him packing.

“Why does it matter now? / Who can do you better? / Feet up on your couch / Yeah, bitch, I’m Rick James / Slap a bitch like Rick James,” sings Keyshia over the heavy-hitting beat.

Her album is due later this year featuring 15 tracks including “Next Time,” “Believer,” and the Future-assisted “Love Letter.”

Listen to Keysh get gully on ‘em.

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Mar
16
Keyshia Cole Announces New Single ‘Rick James’ Featuring Juicy J

Rick James

Keyshia Cole is returning to the radio with a banger. The R&B diva has enlisted strip club king Juicy J for “Rick James,” the first single off her upcoming sixth album. In addition to revealing the artwork, she has posted a snippet of the song on Instagram.

“Yeah, bitch, I’m Rick James,” sings Keysh on the Dave Chappelle-inspired hook.

You won’t have to wait too long to hear the rest of the song. “Rick James” will make its debut Wednesday, March 19, on Power 105.1′s “The Breakfast Club.”

Keyshia has also revealed the titles and shared snippets of some of her new tracks including “Next Time” and “Believer.” There is also a Future collaboration entitled “Love Letter.”

Preview some of her new material below.

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Mar
14
Keyshia Cole Previews New Song ‘Boss Ass Bitch’

Keyshia Cole

Keyshia Cole is taking charge on her sixth album. The R&B songstress took to Instagram to give her fans a preview of her new music including a song called “Boss Ass Bitch.”

“If you hos didn’t know, my name is Keyshia Cole and I’m a boss ass bitch,” declares Keysh on the personal anthem, which marks a return to her Oakland roots.

She shared some tidbits about the album with her fans on Twitter. The first single, which she describes as a “club” record, will drop next week.

The follow-up to 2012′s Woman to Woman will include 15 tracks including three “sexy records.” When asked if the theme is male bashing, she responded, “Sadly sorta.”

She has been in the studio with Future, Wale, Trey Songz, French Montana, August Alsina, Elijah Blake, Mike WiLL Made It, and Sean Kingston, who she worked with on her remix to Chris Brown’s “Loyal.”

Get a taste of Keyshia’s new music below.

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