Keyshia Cole is sending out a message to her fellow women on her anticipated fifth studio album. The R&B songstress has announced the title for the project.
The follow-up to last year’s Calling All Hearts will be called “Woman To Woman,” she revealed on Twitter. Cole has recorded a collaboration with Trey Songz and has been in the studio with hitmakers including Boi-1da, Cool & Dre, Toxic, and Ester Dean.
The first single will drop in December with the album to follow in February. It marks her first release without the guidance of Interscope A&R executive Ron Fair, who departed the label earlier this year.
“So excited about this album! Although Ron Fair is no longer with Geffen records, N i’m very accustomed 2 him being here. MY NEW TEAM IS GR8,” she tweeted. “I will name them all very soon. New team. New life. New album. My child. My husband. 30’s are the new 20’s LOL. AND SO FORTH AND SO ON.”
She’s returning to her roots with the new music. “Had to bring the REDHEAD KEYSH bak for this album. Cause I LOVE my ladies. MOTIVATION.”
The singer, who turns 30 this week, celebrated her marriage to husband Daniel Gibson in Hawaii last month and is taping a new reality series “Family First.”
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