Keyshia cole 2007

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Keyshia Cole - Just Like You
Issued in a super jewel box with clear tray and a 12-page booklet. From the sticker:
'Includes the hit singles "Let It Go" featuring Missy Elliott and Lil' Kim & "Shoulda Let You Go" introducing Amina
Also includes bonus track! Hot remix featuring T. I., Missy Elliott & Young Dro
0602517482630'

Track 1
Produced for Mass Confusion Productions. Co-produced for Lamtrak Productions, Inc.
Publishers: She Wrote It/ BMG Songs (ASCAP); Mass Confusion Productions/EMI April Music, Inc. (ASCAP); Cainon's Land Music Publishing (ASCAP); Notorious K.I.M. Music (BMI); 2 Daughters Music/ Christian Combs/ Foray Music EMI (SESAC); Mtume Music (BMI)
Keyboards courtesy of Prince & Machavelli
Recorded and mixed for PJF Music, Inc.
Recorded at Goldmind Studios, Quad Recording, Sony Music Studios
Mixed at Sony Music Studios and Stereo Image Recorders/PFJ Music Studio One
Contains excerpts from "Juicy Fruit" written by James Mtume published by Mtume Music (BMI). Contains excerpts from "Juicy Fruit" performed by Mtume. Courtesy of Sony BMG Entertainment

Track 2
Dutty Rock Music/EMI April Music, Inc./EMI Music Publishing Ltd., ASCAP/Jigzag Music, ASCAP/Tafari Music, Inc. O/b/o Greensleeves Publishing Ltd., ASCAP/Livingsting Music, ASCAP/Faircraft Music (adm. By Universal Music Corp., ASCAP/BMG Songs, Inc., ASCAP/She Wrote It, ASCAP

Track 3
Produced for Trac-N-Field Entertainment
Publishers: She Wrote It/ BMG Songs (ASCAP); T. Shaw LLC (BMI) Notting Hill Publishing/Trac-N-Field Entertainment (ASCAP)
Music recorded at Music House Studios, Atlanta, GA

Track 4
Produced for Soulpower Productions
Publishers: She Wrote It/ BMG Songs (ASCAP); Full Of Soul Music/EMI Blackwood (BMI); Soulvang Music/EMI Blackwood (BMI); Latrell Music/EMI April (ASCAP)

Track 5
Produced for Tuff Jew Productions/Hustla, Inc.
Publishers: She Wrote It/ BMG Songs (ASCAP); Great Scott Publishing/TVT Music, Inc. (ASCAP)
Engineered for Mandatory Entertainment (Conrad Goldring)
Track recorded at Kush Studio, Miami Beach, FL

Track 6
Publishers: She Wrote It/ BMG Songs (ASCAP); Cardraygee Music Publishing
Recorded at Chalice Studios, Los Angeles, CA

Track 7
Produced for Darkchild.com
Publishers: She Wrote It/ BMG Songs (ASCAP); Rodney Jerkins Music/EMI Blackwood Music (BMI)
Music recorded at The Music House

Track 8
Produced for J Vibe Productions (Jason Farmer) & for Then Ghostwriters LLC (Lex)
Publishers: She Wrote It/ BMG Songs (ASCAP); J Vibe Publishing LLC (ASCAP); Lex Project Publishing (ASCAP)
Music recorded at Music House Studios, Atlanta, GA

Track 9
Produced for Why-Not Music
Publishers: She Wrote It/ BMG Songs (ASCAP); Bigkeys 79 (ASCAP); Bigkeys 79 (BMI)

Track 10
Publishers: She Wrote It/ BMG Songs (ASCAP); Warner-Tamerlane Pub Corp. (BMI)
Music recorded at Music House Studios, Atlanta, GA
Contains excerpts from "She's Only A Woman" written by Victor Carstarphen, Gene McFadden, John Whitehead. Published by Warner-Tamerlane Pub Corp. (BMI). Contains excerpts from "She's Only A Woman" performed by The O'Jays. Courtesy of Sony BMG Entertainment

Track 11
Produced for Blackbaby, Inc. Co-produced for Full Deck Entertainment/Blackbaby, Inc.
Publishers: She Wrote It/ BMG Songs (ASCAP); WBM Music Corp. O/b/o itself and Songs In The Key Of B Flat, Inc./Noontime South (SESAC); EMI Foray Music o/b/o itself and Jaylen Adonis Music Publishing (SESAC); WBM Music Corp. O/b/o itself and The Dean's List/December First Publishing Group, Inc. (SESAC)
Vocal production for Phoenix Ave Productions/Woodland Entertainment Group, Inc.
Recorded for Sam I Am/Milk Money Consulting (Sam Thomas) & for Goodchild Music, LLC (Mark “Exit” Goodchild) at Tree Sound Studios, Atlanta, GA
Mixed at Larrabee Studios, Hollywood, CA
Production coordinator for Blackbaby, Inc.

Track 12
Produced for Tri-Fecta Productions/King Size Entertainment
Publishers: She Wrote It/ BMG Songs (ASCAP); Bigkeys 79 (ASCAP)

Track 13
Produced for China White Productions
Publishers: She Wrote It/ BMG Songs (ASCAP); BMG Songs, Inc. O/b/o China White Productions, Inc. (BMI); Chappell & Co (ASCAP); Dixon Music Company (ASCAP)
Music recorded at Music House Studios, Atlanta, GA
Contains excerpts from "Sorry" written by Charles Jackson, Marvin Yancy, Jesse Dixon. Published by Chappell & Co (ASCAP) and Dixon Music Company (ASCAP). Excerpts from "Sorry" as performed by Natalie Cole. Used courtesy of Capitol Records, under license from EMI Music Marketing

Track 14
Produced for Golden City Entertainment. Co-produced for The Hitmen/Bad Boy Entertainment, Inc.
Publishers: She Wrote It/ BMG Songs (ASCAP); Justin Combs Publishing/ EMI April (ASCAP); 2 Daughters Music/ Christian Combs / Foray Music EMI (SESAC); Marsky Music/Janice Combs Music Publishing administered by EMI Blackwood (BMI); ZX's Pub (BMI)
Mixed at Daddy's House Recording Studio, NYC
Keyshia Cole recorded at Darp Studios, Atlanta, GA and Chalice Studios, Los Angeles, GA
All instruments for intro played for Lionstar Productionz

Track 15
Produced/co-produced for Bonzi Entertainment
Publishers: She Wrote It/ BMG Songs (ASCAP); Songs Of Bonzi (ASCAP); Parkman Infinity (BMI)

Track 16
Contains excerpts from "Juicy Fruit" written by James Mtume published by Mtume Music (BMI). Contains excerpts from "Juicy Fruit" performed by Mtume. Courtesy of Sony BMG Entertainment

Mastered at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Hollywood, CA

Missy Elliott appears courtesy of Gold Mine/Atlantic Recording Corporation
Lil' Kim appears courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corporation
Too $hort appears courtesy of Jive Records
Anthony Hamilton appears courtesy of Arista Records
Amina appears courtesy of Imani/Geffen Records
Diddy appears courtesy of Bad Boy Records
T.I. appears courtesy of Grand Hustle/ Atlantic Recording Corporation
Young Dro appears courtesy of Grand Hustle/ Atlantic Recording Corporation
Sean Paul appears courtesy of Atlantic Records/ VP Music Group

? 2007 Geffen Records. © 2007 Geffen Records, a division of UMG Recordings Inc.
Made in the EU.


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Filmography

 2011 Dance Central 2 (Video Game) (performer: "Last Night") / (writer: "Last Night")
  Conan (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode, 2011) (writer - 1 episode, 2011)
- The Conundrum Enigma (2011) ... (performer: "Take Me Away" - uncredited) / (writer: "Take Me Away" - uncredited)  2006 Step Up (performer: " (When You Gonna) Give It Up to Me") / (writer: " (When You Gonna) Give It Up to Me")
 2005 Transit (TV Movie) (performer: "Guess What") / (writer: "Guess What")
 2005 Coach Carter ("I Changed My Mind") / (performer: "I Changed My Mind")
 2004 Hair Show (performer: "I Should've Cheated", "We Could Be", "Superstar", "Situations") / (writer: "We Could Be")
 2003 Biker Boyz (performer: "Get Up") / (writer: "Get Up")
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Keyshia Cole: The Way It Is
Jump to navigation Jump to search This article is about the TV series. For the album, see The Way It Is (Keyshia Cole album). Keyshia Cole: The Way It IsCreated byJames DuBose and Keyshia ColeStarringKeyshia Cole
Neffeteria Pugh
Frankie LonsOpening theme"Just Like You" by
Keyshia ColeCountry of originUnited StatesNo. of seasons3No. of episodes33ProductionRunning time30 minutesReleaseOriginal networkBETOriginal releaseJuly 12, 2006 –
December 30, 2008ChronologyRelated shows
  • Keyshia & Daniel: Family First
  • Keyshia Cole: All In

Keyshia Cole: The Way It Is is an American reality television series starring R&B singer Keyshia Cole, which aired on BET. The series was filmed in Atlanta, Georgia. The series became one of the most-watched programs in BET’s history.[1]

Episodes

Season 1

Humble Beginnings - The series begins in Keyshia's hometown Oakland, California. She visits her sister Neffe. Later, she throws a barbecue block party. She also makes an appearance on a radio talk show to address rumors. If I Can You Can - Keyshia hits the road and goes to Las Vegas, Nevada. While there, she speaks with a group of troubled teens. She also throws a contest at a radio station to give one of her fans the chance to sing a duet with her. Foundations for the Future - Keyshia states her intentions of starting her own record label. She expresses her interest in the undiscovered rapper, Amina. Later, she goes to record vocals for Diddy's album Press Play. The Celebration - Keyshia discovers that her album went platinum and decides to throw a party to celebrate. She and her girls go shopping for something fly to wear. At the party, they all get red carpet treatment. Waiting to Exhale - Keyshia's schedule is jammed and she needs a break so she decides to hire a personal assistant. She and Manny conduct interviews for the job. Later, Keyshia and her sister Neffe get into a huge argument after Neffe gets drunk at dinner. Mother Pearl - In the groundbreaking season finale, Keyshia decides to visit her estranged mother in jail. She and her mother, Frankie, haven't seen each other in a year, so the confrontation is anything but comfortable. Neffe also gets to see their mother.

Season 2

Reunion - Keyshia's mother Frankie is released from prison and Keyshia tries to build a relationship with her. Whatever It Takes - Keyshia, Neffe and Frankie attend a family therapy session to resolve issues of the past and present. Later, Frankie speaks to women who were victims of abuse. No More Tears, Mama - No synopsis available. Girlfriends - No synopsis available. Why You Trippin' - No synopsis available. Business & Pleasure - Keyshia prepares to launch her record label and clothing line and also searches for a home for her sister, Neffe, and her mother, Frankie. Later, Frankie and Neffe go on a double date. Love for the Kids - Keyshia and Neffe try to find their biological fathers in Oakland. Elsewhere, Manny is at home with the kids and he plans a surprise to gather all of Keyshia's brothers and sisters together. We Ain't Family! - No synopsis available. Black Family Reunion (1) - The reunion begins when Manny locates Keyshia's brother. Keyshia surprises her mom and Neffe with their new home but everybody isn't satisfied. The Breakdown - No synopsis available. Black Family Reunion (2) - A guy claims to be Keyshia's father and a DNA test is given to see if he's telling the truth. A Family Affair - The family reunites to discuss current developments and the birth of Neffe's baby.

Season 3

Fresh Start - In the third-season premiere, Keyshia works with a life coach. Meanwhile, Frankie and Neffe clash over their new living arrangements. Life Coach - No synopsis available. My Two Moms -Frankie struggles with guilt over giving Keyshia up for adoption. Guilt-Ridden Moves - No synopsis available. Let's Go to Church - Frankie and Yvonne go to church, where they each speak to the congregation. Elsewhere, Neffe thinks Frankie may have relapsed. By Faith We Strive - Keyshia meets with a pastor for spiritual advice; Neffe and Frankie are still at odds over Frankie's boyfriend. Family Feud - No synopsis available. Family Vacation - Keyshia invites her family to Trinidad for a concert and vacation. Learn for My Mistakes - Keyshia goes shopping with her niece, who's feeling nervous about attending private school. Later, Keyshia gives clothes to charity and takes her family to a water park. A Time for Giving - No synopsis available. Nothing but the Blood - Neffe prepares to baptize her son as she struggles with guilt about her past. Elsewhere, Keyshia works on her album in Los Angeles. Full Circle - Keyshia visits a youth center to make a donation. Elsewhere, Neffe meets with Kevin, Jaylen's father, while visiting Oakland. Transition in Action - Keyshia spends time with her family after finishing her album; Frankie surprises Neffe in their final therapy session; Neffe meets with Bishop Eddie Long. New Beginnings - Neffe celebrates her birthday in Las Vegas in the third-season finale. Also: Frankie moves out. New Beginnings II - No synopsis available.

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  • The Michael Vick Project (2010)
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