Keyshia Cole Eyes December Release For New Mixtape

RR Music | November 22, 2013 | 0 Comments

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Keyshia Cole has announced the release of a new mixtape for December.

Cole who released her fifth studio album “Woman to Woman” last year is hoping to use the free mixtape as a momentum builder for her next album.

The “Trust and Believe” diva recently linked with R&B crooners Chris Brown and Trey Songz. It is not yet clear where these collaborations will appear.

What we do know, is that the new mixtape will feature covers of “Power Trip” and “From Time,” two tracks performed respectively by J. Cole and Miguel and Drake and Jhené Aiko.

Cole also revealed that French Montana, Sean Kingston, August and Wale will be featured on it.

Rap-Up reports that Cole is working again with her former manager Manny Halley.

According to early reports Keyshia Cole will stick to what works well for her on the upcoming album that will be released in 2014, which means the focus will be put on R&B ballads that analyze relationships from a woman’s point of view.

Cole will surely dig in her personal story for some fresh angles on the topic, since it was reported in recent weeks that her two-year marriage to NBA player Daniel Gibson is headed to the wrong direction.

Gibson was seen partying with strippers and Cole was spotted with a mysterious man.

Amid those constant cheating rumors, the parents of three-year-old Daniel Hiram Gibson Jr. spent a good amount time this month taking subliminal shots at each other on social media.

The “Heaven Sent” singer opted for a new hairdo after the weeks of intense scrutiny in her private life.

Her numerous fans quickly embraced her new look, stating that it gave her a classier touch.

The shorter hairstyle could symbolize the change that Cole wants to welcome in her life, both personally and professionally.

If that is the case, she is probably on the right path.

Keyshia Cole gave her fans a small sample of what to expect from the mixtape few days ago, you can listen to it below.

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