Keyshia Cole - You Complete Me

Posted 7 years ago
Producer:
"THE-RON" Feemster and Ron Fair
Album:
A Different Me

On December 16, Keyshia Cole will release her third studio album.  Although the project is titled A Different Me, the Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter is hoping to achieve the same success that she saw on her sophomore project, Just Like You, which spawned three #1 singles (Let It Go, I Remember, and Heaven Sent).  Following the 2pac-featuring Playa Cardz Right, the Oakland native has chosen You Complete Me as her next single.  Produced by “THE-RON” Feemster and Geffen Records Chairman Ron Fair, who has executive production credits on the album, You Complete Me focuses on the reasons why women need a special man in their lives.  Based on her highly-successful track record over the past three years, Ms. Cole clearly completes not just her man, but listeners worldwide.

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