Keyshia Cole Announces Retirement

  /  03.17.2021

Keyshia Cole just wants it to be over.

The R&B singer has announced that she plans to retire from music. Taking to Twitter on Wednesday, Keyshia left her followers in disbelief with her shocking revelation.

“I’m retiring,” she tweeted in response to a fan who told her that her new single was “buzzing up the charts.”

Another fan questioned if she was telling the truth. “I’m not lying,” replied Keyshia, while shooting down claims that she was hacked.

Before she hangs up the mic, she plans to release another album, but on her own timeline. “I’m already contracted to do so, I wouldn’t do that to @BMG ,myself, or my fans,” said Keyshia. “But I’m gonna have to move at my pace with this one. #Album8.”

The mother of two wants to focus on her family. When asked why she decided to retire, she responded, “My children.” Cole has two sons–Daniel Jr., 11, and Tobias, 19 months.

Last month, Keyshia debuted her new single “I Don’t Wanna Be in Love” following her long-awaited Verzuz with Ashanti. The song is her first official release on her label, Hearts & Stars, in partnership with BMG. She had been in the studio working on her eighth studio album, the follow-up to 2017’s 11:11 Reset.


Donald Glover Shares The Tracklist For His Childish Gambino Retirement Album 'Bando Stone & The New World'

Donald Glover is pulling out all the stops for his final LP under the Childish ...

Chlöe Leaves The Internet In Shock After Sharing St. Lucia Carnival Photos

Chlöe earned praise from Queen Naija, Tinashe and SZA, who called her stunning multi-colored outfit ...

Cardi B Lashes Out On Joe Budden For Claiming Fans Will "Never Get Another Cardi Album"

Cardi B didn’t take kindly to Joe Budden saying that fans will “never get another ...

Ice Spice Enlists Gunna, Travis Scott and Central Cee For Forthcoming Debut Album 'Y2K!'

Spanning 10 songs, Ice Spice’s debut album is notably absent of any female collaborators.
View More

Sponsored Stories