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Calling All Hearts

by Keyshia Cole

Calling All Hearts by Keyshia Cole

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Calling All Hearts

by Keyshia Cole

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Label: Geffen
Keyshia Cole's fourth album encompasses at least two of R&B's most significant strains: processing relationship particulars and working through some stuff. Forget confessional: this is like finding her letters and reading each one out loud. And every one is coated in silky, slow jam grooves -- including her take on a third R&B strain, "Thank You," a post-gospel nod to the #1 guy in her life (the Big Guy). That track, along with the rehabbed heart (and impassioned, if slightly off-key, vocals) she displays on "Better Me," close out this self-help narrative on a hopeful note.

About This Album

Keyshia Cole's fourth album encompasses at least two of R&B's most significant strains: processing relationship particulars and working through some stuff. Forget confessional: this is like finding her letters and reading each one out loud. And every one is coated in silky, slow jam grooves -- including her take on a third R&B strain, "Thank You," a post-gospel nod to the #1 guy in her life (the Big Guy). That track, along with the rehabbed heart (and impassioned, if slightly off-key, vocals) she displays on "Better Me," close out this self-help narrative on a hopeful note.

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About This Album

Keyshia Cole's fourth album encompasses at least two of R&B's most significant strains: processing relationship particulars and working through some stuff. Forget confessional: this is like finding her letters and reading each one out loud. And every one is coated in silky, slow jam grooves -- including her take on a third R&B strain, "Thank You," a post-gospel nod to the #1 guy in her life (the Big Guy). That track, along with the rehabbed heart (and impassioned, if slightly off-key, vocals) she displays on "Better Me," close out this self-help narrative on a hopeful note.