Bay Area singer reaches the Point of No Return on new release.
Keyshia Cole's fifth solo album will be titled, Point of No Return, she revealed Wednesday (March 26) in response to a fan tweet.
Cole's hasn't dropped a studio album in almost two years, and writing and recording new material seems to have the singer feeling nostalgic lately. Besides Instagramming a bunch of throwback shots and song clips, she shared a message with fans. "Now I see why y'all miss me so much! I used to spit that s---," she wrote yesterday. "This is the first album I wrote pretty much myself Since ADFA (A Different me) and I freestyles all the ones I sung! Straight from the heart!"
The 32-year-old has undergone personal and professional changes over the years, namely a rocky relationship with husband Daniel Gibson and firing manager Manny Haley.
Cole and Haley have since reconnected, but the state of her relationship with Gibson might be a little sketchier -- so far, the Bay Area-born artist hasn't shared too many details about her situation with Gibson (she might be saving it for the album).
She did, however, release two full-length tracks seemingly inspired by personal events, "Rick James" and "Next Time [Won't Give My Heart Away].
Point of No Return promises to be a "sexier" side of Cole, and will be released this summer.
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