Four years removed from her well-received set ‘Woman to Woman’ Keyshia Cole sets her sights on a new musical chapter with the release of her new album.
No longer signed to Interscope, the R&B singer/songwriter has been hard at work on a new project following the unveiling of the Hip-Hop leaning effort ‘Point of No Return’ which stood as her last project to be released under her agreement with the label.
How time and life’s lessons have changed her since then?
Listen to a snippet pulled from the project to find out below…
Snippet of “Best friend”
this might be Keyshia’s first single, from her upcoming album ‘Reset’ pic.twitter.com/n4qqCL8r9x
— Keyshia Cole Fan (@iRepKeyshia) 10 November 2016
We like what we hear.
If the teaser above is anything to go by the performer’s new set will see her return to the soulful and romantic terrain her earlier work soared on.
Do we want the set to be an independent one? No. For, an act with as much commercial potential as Keyshia needs the kind of infrastructure only a record label can offer if she is to truly make a sizeable “comeback.’