Keyshia Cole "Do That For (B.A.B.)" Video
Keyshia Cole dropped off two new music videos for fans to enjoy today, one being for "Do That For (B.A.B.)" and the other visual for "New Nu" (you can watch that one here). Keyshia Cole keeps it low-key and simple for "Do That For (B.A.B.)," chilling and having fun with a few girls in front of an all-white backdrop. Take a look above.
Keyshia Cole "New Nu" Video
Keyshia Cole dropped her sixth studio album, Point Of No Return last October, and it featured plenty of big name production credits. Stargate, DJ Mustard, and S1 contributed, and Mike WiLL Made It showed up twice. One of WiLL's records gets the video treatment today, as Cole hits the paintball area for "New Nu". Cole and her girls take on the dudes in full camo gear, while elsewhere she stunts in front of a green screen lit wish falling cash.
Keyshia Cole "Remember (Part 2)" Video
Keyshia Cole's Point Of No Return may have just reached the top of the R&B charts, but she knows better than to stop promoting an album just when it's hot. Dropping the visuals for "Remember (Part 2)," Cole has just about achieved her mission of releasing a video for all thirteen of the LP's tracks. "Part 2" is a sequel to Cole's "I Remember," the hit single from her platinum selling Just Like You album. Is it a worthy successor? Let us know what you think in the comment section.
Keyshia Cole "Heat Of Passion" Video
Keyshia Cole releases yet another visual off her new album Point of No Return this morning. She follows up "A Party Ain't A Party" with "Heat of Passion", which tells a love story gone bad. The visual follows the same storyline, as Keyshia's boyfriend cheats on her, and she's reeling from the fact. It ends in gunshot.
Keyshia Cole Feat. Gavyn Rhon "Party Ain't A Party" Video
Keyshia Cole Feat. Gavyn Rhon
Keyshia Cole may or may not have shot a music video for every single song off her new album Point of No Return. At least it's beginning to seem that way, as the singer drops off yet another visual treatment from the new LP, for "Party Ain't A Party" featuring Gavyn Rhon.
Keyshia Cole "Intro (Last Tango)" Video
It seems Keyshia Cole is on mission to release a video for every single track on her new Point Of No Return LP. With music this good, who can blame her? Next in line for visuals is "Intro (Last Tango)," which, obviously, serves as the album's opener. Conceptually on the simple side of the things, the video finds Keyshia lounging in swimwear in what appears to be the courtyard of a luxurious home, recounting a relationship gone wrong.
Keyshia Cole "Believer" Video
Last night we received a full stream of Keyshia Cole's new album Point of No Return.
Keyshia Cole Feat. Future "Love Letter" Video
Keyshia Cole Feat. Future
Two videos in one day? I aint complaining about it. Just hours after hitting us with her 2 Chainz-assisted joint “N.L.U.”, Keyshia Cole comes through and drops off another visual for “Love Letter", this time featuring Future (who also dropped a video this morning for "Monster").
Keyshia Cole Feat. 2 Chainz "N.L.U." Video
Keyshia Cole Feat. 2 Chainz
Keyshia Cole returns to HNHH with the official video for her latest single "N.L.U." Lyrically aggressive and livened up by an always-reliable 2 Chainz verse, the track's visuals find our two stars performing in front of a blue backdrop with varying degrees of darkness. For those interested in the psychology of color-scheme, blue tends to be associated with sorrow. Whether the connection was intended by the director can't be stated for certain, but it would be appropriate response to the track's lyrical nature.
Keyshia Cole "She" Video
Keyshia Cole made some headlines last month when she released the lesbian-insinuating "She." A single revolving around a pending romance with another woman, the DJ Mustard produced track is the first to be released from Point of No Return. Now, Cole confirms that the song is not about a homosexual relationship, but rather about self love. The concept comes across in the song's steamy new visuals. Showing the most skin of her career, Keyshia aims to seduce an on-looker, the reveal of whom may come off as a bit of a surprise.
Keyshia Cole On The Breakfast
The internets are wondering if Keyshia Cole is a lesbian because of her new single "She" (listen here), something which The Breakfast Club asks the singer straight up at the beginning of her interview with the Power 105.1 team.
Keyshia Cole "Next Time (Won't Give My Heart Away)" Video
Keyshia Cole's spent this April sharing new videos for songs from her upcoming album every Friday. The moody clip for "Next Time (Won't Give My Heart Away)," directed by Colin Tilly, is her latest. Amid trippy visuals of clouds, turning gears and fire, Keyshia Cole sings the regret-laden song that was inspired by her past relationship with NBA player Daniel “Boobie” Gibson, who allegedly cheated on her.
Keyshia Cole "Next Time" Video
BET's 106 & Park did the honors of premiering Keyshia Cole's latest music video last night, for her break-up ballad titled "Next Time." The visual is directed by Colin Tilley and comes on the heels of last week's video for "Rick James" featuring Juicy J which you can watch here. Both tracks "Next Time" and "Rick James" will appear on Keyshia's forthcoming album Point Of No Return, which doesn't have a release date yet but it is coming soon.
Keyshia Cole Feat. Juicy J "Rick James" Video
Keyshia Cole Feat. Juicy J
A little under a month ago, Keyshia Cole shared the Juicy J-featuring track "Rick James," and now the song's gotten video treatment from director John Colombo. In the video, Cole uses Rick James' history of abusive relationships as reasoning to go after a cheating lover, and she brings a posse of females with her on neon bicycles. Juicy hangs in the background until his verse, which describes a woman getting "ratchet" in a fight with her man.
Keyshia Cole "Boss Ass Bitch (Preview)" Video
It looks like Keyshia Cole is getting back in tune with her fierce Oakland roots with her new track, "Boss Ass Bitch." She gives us a preview of the song, which will come out soon, on her Instagram, where she catches a brief video of the song being played in the studio.
Keyshia Cole "I Choose You" Video
Keyshia Cole delivers a set of new visuals for her track "I Choose You", off her "Woman To Woman" album. Experience Keyshia Cole "I Choose You" Video, a new offering from Keyshia Cole, which was released on Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013. Things are looking better for Keyshia Cole with each new release, which Keyshia Cole "I Choose You" Video has proven yet again. It's worthy addition to the impressive body of work Keyshia Cole has been developing over the years. We're looking forward to hearing what's next. Let us know what you think, folks.
Keyshia Cole "Performs "Trust & Believe" On Jimmy Kimmel" Video
Keyshia Cole, who recently dissed Beyonce for her "Bow Down" track, appeared on Jimmy Kimmel and performed her single "Trust & Believe."Can you dig it? Check out the latest video from Keyshia Cole, Keyshia Cole "I Choose You" Video.
Keyshia Cole "Trust And Believe" Video
Keyshia Cole drops visuals for "Trust and Believe" which is a single off her upcoming album “Woman To Woman”. Are y'all feeling this one? Did y'all catch Keyshia Cole's latest visual for Keyshia Cole "Performs "Trust & Believe" On Jimmy Kimmel" Video?
Keyshia Cole Feat. Lil Wayne "Enough Of No Love" Video
Keyshia Cole Feat. Lil Wayne
After getting a teaser clip, here's the full video for Keyshia Cole's "Enough of No Love" with Weezy F Was the inclusion of Lil Wayne a good call? How do you feel about the production here? Check out the latest video from Keyshia Cole, Keyshia Cole "Trust And Believe" Video.
Keyshia Cole Feat. Lil Wayne "BTS: Enough Of No Love" Video
Keyshia Cole Feat. Lil Wayne
A behind the scenes look at Keyshia Cole's "Enough of No Love" video featuring Weezy. Was the inclusion of Lil Wayne a good call? Check out the latest video from Keyshia Cole, Keyshia Cole Feat. Lil Wayne "Enough Of No Love" Video.