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Editors’ Notes

Stylistically, the album ranges from bombastic hip-hop (“Didn’t I Tell You”) and saccharine pop ballads (“Heaven Sent”) to top 40 gems (“Shoulda Let You Go”), with the excellent “Same Thing” “Was It Worth It?” and “Fallin’ Out” standing out among the pack. Regardless of the material, Cole reveals a lot of herself in her songs.

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Keyshia Cole-Just Like You

With a great debut, Keyshia has drawn comparisons to a young Mary J. Blige. She returns with her sophomore offering, Just Like You. Let It Go: Missy Elliott knocked it out with the production, as this ladies night out feel good track works extremely well. From the Biggie "Juicy" like production, to Missy's chilled voice of "like damn that's hot!" and Cole's smooth singing. An excellent single. Lil Kim makes a nice appearance. 4.5/5 Didn't I Tell You: The Runners create a great beat with energized snares and high hats, along with dramatic synth lines. Cole's brings that soulfulness to the track, a confident track that has a nice Too Short appearance. 4/5 Fallin Out: Soulshock's piano production greatly compliments Cole's voice and the track works well. Smooth hook and soulful verses, nice track. 4/5 Give Me More: Scott Storch handles production duties with uptempo and building piano lines. With a similar smooth hook to "Fallin Out", Keyshia sings about needing more of her man. 3.5/5 I Remember: A slow ballad, backed by piano and harp lines and and a lush feel that is extremely relaxed. Crooning smoothly, Cole reflects on old memories. 4/5 Shoulda Let You Go: Bass heavy, claps and string/piano production by Darkchild, make a solid track. Similar to Mary J. Blige's "Enough Cryin" in terms of topic and intense production, and confidence in the singing. Amina makes an appearance. 4.5/5 Heaven Sent: Guitar laced, Cole's singing isn't bad, the track was decent. 3.5/5 Got To Get My Heart Back: Decent production, the track was another decent track, however it got a little dull. 3/5 Was It Worth It: Classic Bryan Michael Cox, his beautiful piano mixed with rising and falling strings, and a dramatic feel. The track works well, but could have been slightly better. 3.5/5 Just Like You: The beat was decent as Cole smoothly lets you know that she is "just like you". 3.5/5 Losing You: Great sample and playful piano string arrangement, Anthony Hamilton adds a golden verse and the collaboration comes off as a highlight of the album. 4.5/5 Last Night: The show stealing hit by Keyshia off of Diddy's Press Play album is added on here for those who loved it. It is much shorter than the Press Play version of 6:26, here it is a nice addition for those who didn't get it. 4.5/5 Work It Out: A laid back mellow production that is beautifully done, the light singing and string arrangement was top notch. It eventually picks up and builds, ending the album nicely. 4/5 Let It Go Remix: The remix of the laid back club hit, as Young Dro and T.I. of Grand Hustle Ent. join on the fun. Dro drops a decent verse, T.I.'s laid back smooth talking is a nice addition. Solid remix that is equal to the main one. 4.5/5 Overall Keyshia's sophomore album is definetly an improvement. However surprising that may be, her debut was solid and she builds off of that with few ballads, more midtempo and uptempo production. Her debut was much more anger and uptempos, but she does slow it down here and is much smoother. "Losing You" is a great collaboration between Cole and Anthony Hamilton, "Shoulda Let You Go" brings reminiscence of a young Mary J. Blige and club cool hit "Let It Go" is greatly credited to Missy Elliott's production. There are several tracks, particularly "Didn't I Tell You", "Fallin Out" and "Give Me More" among others that are quality cuts, and that sequence in the beginning starts the album off nicely. "Didn't I Tell You" shines due to Too Shorts guest spot and The Runners production. Cole's singing works well as the melodies and vocals are on point. Very nice album that is a top R&B album, this year. Rating 8.5 out of 10

Awesome Follow-up Album!!!

Awesome Follow-up Album!!! Keyshia is back y’all with another great album… Her vocals are powerful on just about every song (If not all) I’ll give this album a 10. If you want to buy some goods songs, Recommendations are: T2: Didn’t I Tell You, T7: Heaven Sent… and of course Let It Go/Last Night…but the whole album sounds goods so Buy It! My personal favorite is Heaven Sent (Great singing throughout the whole song)


This girl sings with so much is ridiculous. She reminds me of Mary J. with her passion, lyrics, and riffs. The production on this album is A-1. There are alot of songs on this album that u will be able to listen to til the end of time. ie...TIMELESS!. A complete album comes around every blue moon. Well...the blue moon is shining bright on Keyshia. If you think you know quality timeless music. Buy this album without hesitation. Thank you Keyshia for quality R&B in the age of senseless commercial hip-hop that serves no purpose to uplift.


Born: October 15, 1981 in Oakland, CA

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '00s, '10s

One of the more genuine R&B singer/songwriters to emerge in the 2000s, Keyshia Cole worked her way up the industry ladder diligently yet quickly, making her major-label debut in 2004 at age 21. Born on the other side of the California Bay -- the often tough and troubled streets of Oakland -- Cole aspired from an early age to make music her life, so much so that she started working the angles while still a preteen. For instance, she did some recording with fellow Bay Area resident MC Hammer way back...
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