Keyshia Cole has revealed she’s retiring from music.
The Grammy-nominated singer took to Twitter on Wednesday evening, March 17, to announce her retirement from music.
Cole shared the information whereas responding to tweets from followers, considered one of which reminded her to “keep centered” following the discharge of her new single and her legendary Verzuz battle with R&B princess Ashanti final January.
“I’m retiring…” Cole, 39, replied.
The announcement instantly prompted a stir as followers questioned why she would wish to depart music when her just lately launched single “I Don’t Need to Be in Love” is buzzing.
The Oakland-bred entertainer launched her debut single “By no means” again in 2004, and dropped her debut album The Manner It Is within the following 12 months. Since then, Cole has delivered quite a few chart-topping tasks and singles, together with 2007’s “Let It Go,” 2008’s “I Bear in mind” and “Heaven Despatched” in addition to her sophomore effort Similar to You (2007), A Completely different Me (2008), and Level of No Return (2014). Her newest album, 11:11 Reset, arrived again in October 2017 with appearances by Younger Thug, DJ Khaled, French Montana, Remy Ma, and extra.