R&B singer and songwriter Keyshia Cole is the subject of the season premiere of TV One's "Uncensored". The show, which will air on Sunday, March 6th, will feature Cole talking at length about her career and family situations and the peace she's at now.

Francine "Frankie" Lons, the mother of R&B singer Keyshia Cole, has passed away. She was 61.

Hi-C, who serves as Cole's DJ, gave onlookers a brief insight as to why the R&B songstress wasn't in the best of places.

On Thursday (Jan 21), the heavily fan-requested battle kicked off after being postponed twice, with the two chart-topping heavy hitters appearing in the original Verzuz format due to Covid-19 concerns. At the start of the show, there were a few delays which resulted in the battle beginning more than an hour behind schedule with Ashanti doing her best to kick off the show while fans awaited the arrival of Keyshia Cole.

The too long in the works VERZUZ battle between singers Ashanti and Keyshia Cole has been postponed, again. Today (Jan. 8), the official Verzuz released a statement that due to the surge in coronavirus cases nationwide, for the safety of those involve it's best that they not proceed for the moment.

Ashanti has unfortunately tested positive for COVID-19. The singer's diagnosis was revealed just hours before her scheduled VERZUZ battle with Keyshia Cole, which obviously has been postponed.

According to published reports, after fans made the request to see the”Love” singer go head to head with the princess of Murder Inc. back in July, the match up may actually be happening after Ashanti decided to accept the challenge and give fans the showdown they’ve been waiting for.

While we have been afforded several documentaries and a biopic film it seems we have yet to get the entire 2Pac story. One west coast songstress has just added another curve ball regarding his plans.

Fox Television has announced the launch of a new free streaming service set to target African-American viewers.

O.T. Genasis is attempting to extend his hot streak with his unconventional approach to singing. He has added his own street flair to a Grammy nominated pop single.


Birdman is out here causing drama, and it doesn’t even involve Lil Wayne. Keyshia Cole is being sued for a cool $4M by the Cash Money founder’s old side chick. 


Keyshia Cole’s been flying under the radar for quite some time now.