Clearly, Keyshia Cole is not a fan of Beyonce. She threw some serious shade at Queen Bey over the track 'Bow Down,' which was spontaneously released over the weekend. In the song, Bey asserts herself and demands, "Bow down b----es" and that sent Cole on a Twitter tirade.
The city of Oakland, Calif., has a rich and diverse music history. During the 1960s, the city developed the funk music scene, which sprouted influential bands like Sly & the Family Stone and Graham Central Station.
Love is crazy, just ask Keyshia Cole. In her new video for 'Enough of No Love,' the R&B songbird is looking glamorous in her ballerina-like gown and sparkling heels while going looney in a padded room.
When DJ Khaled makes records, he goes big. On his all-star posse track 'Legendary,' he nabs R&B heavyweights Chris Brown, Keyshia Cole and Ne-Yo to create his own motivational soundtrack. It's part of Khaled's master plan to inspire the world with his new LP 'We the Best Forever,' which arrives in stores on July 19.
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