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It’s hard to go wrong when you’re working with a voice as passionate at Keyshia Cole’s. The productions on A Different Me are as varied as those on Just Like You, but this time around they feel even more tailored to Cole’s personality. The jazzy inventions of “Make Me Over” sacrifice nothing of the singer’s unwavering attitude, while the pure simmering drama of “Erotic” and “Where This Love Could End Up” are second to none. Other songs place Cole in the tradition of performers that preceded her. “No Other” and “Trust” exemplify the torrential, all-encompassing love songs that Cole learned from studying Mary J. Blige. Meanwhile, “Please Don’t Stop” and “Thought You Should Know” recall the hypnotic electro-inflected R&B on which Cole was raised in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s. The album’s centerpiece is “Playa Cardz Right,” which features an excavated 2Pac verse. Usually a posthumous 2Pac verse seems like a cheap way to cash in, but Cole is one of the few singers who can comfortably commune with Tupac’s spirit, not only because of their shared Oakland heritage but because their art is drawn from the same wellspring of woundedness.

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Simply Amazing!!!

Another amazing album from Keyshia...she just never fails! "A Different Me" flows beautifully from one song to the next...I love it! Keyshia gives us R&B at it's best. My favorite songs are: "Please Don't Stop," "Erotic," "No Other," "Brand New," "Trust" and "This Is Us." Out of those, I really hope she makes "Trust," "Brand New" or "This Is Us" the next singles. I'm so glad she did a duet with Monica, cause they sound amazing together...probably one of the best duets this year! And even thought number 1 and 15 are only a couple of minutes long, I love the "A Different Me" Intro and Outro. Great job Keyshia...this album is a Must Buy!!!

Change '08!

Love Keyshia Cole for taking risks and having fun with this album. It's entertaining, energetic, and enjoyable. Who says change isn't good?

Keyshia hit the Jackpot

k some people say keyshia changed frm her 1st and 2nd album DUH!!! READ THE TITLE A DIFF. ME!!!!!! when i first saw her album was out i rushed to it and i only was fimilar with numba 8. playa cardz right. i luked at keyshia cole the way it is on bet and saw the eposide when she was at her listing party and fell in love with her album. i think i liked it so much because it was diff. i luv this album and i think u will 2.


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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