Keyshia Cole, Remy Ma, & French Montana Perform 'You' on 'Kimmel'

  /  01.31.2017

Keyshia Cole had a surprise for “You” during her appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” on Monday (Jan. 30). The R&B songstress was joined by Remy Ma and French Montana for the first performance of her newly-released single.

Dressed in all white and backed by dancers, Cole performed her new breakup anthem. Remy, donning a black-and-white outfit, popped up for her verse and French got the all-white memo, showing up in a fresh coat.

Cole performed a clean version for the television debut of the single, switching some of the hook’s words. “You picked the wrong one, baby,” she sang. “You just played me for the last time / I’m done dealing with you.”

Keyshia also took this as an opportunity to premiere a somber and soulful new song called “Incapable,” which like “You” is expected to appear on the forthcoming album, 1111 Reset.

Sitting down in front of her band, backup singers, and a colorful backdrop, Keyshia belted out the new cut.

“Every time it feels like this could be the last time,” she sang. “What’s the good in goodbye / If I give this one more try / It’s hard because they say that true love never dies.”

“You” and “Incapable” are tracks off Keyshia’s upcoming LP, 1111 Reset. Recently, Cole spoke with Rap-Up about the symbolic title.

“For the past year, I’ve been seeing 1111 constantly,” she said. “To my understanding, you’re aligned spiritually with your destiny and everything that is meant to be in your life is happening at the right time. The timing is right. Everything is right. Reset is definitely cohesive with that.”


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