Keyshia Cole Releases ‘Point of no Return’ Album Cover / Enlists ‘Super Bass’ Producer For New Music

Published: Saturday 26th Jul 2014 by David


After pulling many a broken heart through the storm with her music, Keyshia Cole bids adieu to heartache on her brand new album ‘Point of No Return’, reportedly her last under her current Interscope contract.

Today, before the album’s release date, the singer releases the project’s album cover, unveiled as she continues to promote the project on a national tour of the very same name.

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On the release, she told ‘Fuse‘:

There’s definitely more sexy songs on this album than I’ve ever done.I’m excited to see what the people think about that, so we’ll see how receptive they are to the album. I think it’s a great album and I feel like it’s one of my best albums to date.


Packing heat penned and produced by the likes of Mario Winans, Elijah Blake and Future, That Grape Juice.Net can now reveal the the ‘Enough of no Love’ beauty has called on Roahn ‘First Born’ Hylton to build bops for the piece.

If his name sounds familiar, that’d be because he is the co-producer of Nicki Minaj‘s Quadruple Platinum hit ‘Super Bass‘, represented by entertainment manager Cory Montroz, and housed at Michael Jackson‘s ‘Sony/ATV Music Publishing.’

So, let us know…

Does Keyshia have your support?

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  1. tits mcgee July 26, 2014

    I love it! The cover is very Queen Janet ‘You Want
    This’ video!

    Get it Keyshia! Sounds like this album will
    be more ‘Janet’ and less MJB!

    Change it up sis!!

    #NoShade #ChangeIsGood!!

      • tits mcgee July 26, 2014

        My how times have changed..
        Looks @ ‘If’ video, and then this photo.


      • tits mcgee July 26, 2014

        * ‘You Want This’ video.

    • Avi July 26, 2014

      Shut the f*** up and find some Janet post to ramble your silly love gibberish about her at. Nothing about this is similar to Janet. Keyshia isn’t influenced by Janet, nor is she gonna ever give you something in that vein. It’s one of the reason I can’t stand Janet fans, they try to make the whole damn universe about her. Seriously shut up.

      • tits mcgee July 26, 2014

        I will say what I want, when I want, and
        You will f*cking deal!

        You have Janet fans mixed up with Madonna,
        fans who think, everything is an influence from
        that beast of old!

        You shut the fuckup, and stay of my thread.


    • DMWN July 26, 2014


      • tits mcgee July 26, 2014

        Looks at Janet sales and impact compared to
        Keyshia. Pfft.


      • DMWN July 26, 2014

        Who the hell was even comparing about sales or impact, you dunce? You said that the picture looks like the “If” or “You Want This” video. It looks like neither. Then you laughably theorized that Keyshia could be going for “Janet” sound, based on your delusional outlook of an album cover…despite how none of the new music KC has previewed thus far sounds anything like Janet’s. You’re just typing for the sake of typing and frankly making a fool of yourself. So like I said before #Delusional. I know it must suck to be a fan of a past pop star that hasn’t given you anything new in years, is 20 years past her expiration date and tends to be overshadowed by everyone who peaked at the same time as her. Maybe that’s why you have to fabricate her influence on another singer that’s NOTHING like her to feel better about it all, so I forgive you for being…one more time…#DELUSIONAL.

      • tits mcgee July 27, 2014

        I hope you feel better angry bird. Lol.
        You sure told!

        #Unbothered 🙂

  2. Chileplz July 26, 2014

    I like it!! Keyshia always has a solid album….love her!!! Bring it on keyshia, I’m ready for it all…tour, show, album

  3. B’Rocka SLays July 26, 2014

    I like this cover way more mellow, the woman to woman was kinda creepy

  4. Blow toys July 26, 2014

    Cheap ass looking cover.

  5. Blow toys July 26, 2014

    I can tell this album is gonna be lame af.

    • Rija July 26, 2014

      Your face is lame af

      • tee July 27, 2014

        No lies told keshit is lame af

  6. Yea ok July 26, 2014

    Positive. I like the album cover and I’m surprised because I have hated all the single covers so far.

    Negative. I hate the song super bass so not sure if that’s a good or bad thing she working with him. So far the singles have done nothin for me. Her last album I bought one song. Her first two albums were everything I used to live for her brand of ratchet. Hopefully it’s good.

  7. IStanForYourFav July 26, 2014

    Well this is cute. My favorite album she ever did will always be A Different Me, but I love the debut and the Woman to Woman was great as well. I don’t like any of the buzz singles, but I’m definitely interested in hearing this record. IMO she has never had a bad or even mediocre album. Good luck Keyshia.

  8. Rih Rox July 26, 2014


    • Rija July 26, 2014

      Your mama h**

  9. cocobutta July 26, 2014

    I’ve only disliked one Keyshia Cole album so looking forward to this one.
    The album cover is great. Really suits her.

    I’m down for some s*** sounds like the songs Brand New(Slow) and Hey S***(Tempo).

    Defo she got to give me that “I Remember” type jam also.

    • Team Keysh July 26, 2014

      “I Remember pt. 2” is on this album

  10. Kingofhearts July 26, 2014

    Are we gonna ignore the fact that not one of her singles has charted yet???

    • lollol July 26, 2014

      Are u talking this era or period cuz heaven sent was a hit

  11. hmm July 26, 2014

    Keyshia has released three singles for this album and none of them have charted anywhere. Well at least she has 9 years under her belt. I wish she would’ve stayed with the different me sound, that was her last great album. Unless the singles were buzz singles, this album is in trouble already.
    2011-2014 has been the ultimate era of flops for so many 90’s and early 2000’s stars. The new generation standards of commercial impact are lower than the standards of the 1940&1950’s stars now and they didn’t even have certifications until 1958.

  12. MisdamenorFan July 26, 2014

    I wish her well. I always loved that gritty/pain she had going on her first couple albums.

  13. Brian310 July 26, 2014

    I don’t believe the Rick James song was ever meant to be a single as well as next time….despite all the flack she gets Keyshia is 1 of the more successful R&B artist around even her tours do good numbers for that genre.

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