Keyshia Cole is not your average American musician. She is a singer-songwriter from Oakland. She has also worked onscreen as an actress and off-screen as a producer. Overall she is a renowned television personality. Keyshia’s not just one but three albums have gone platinum and she was the star of a popular reality series on BET called, “Keyshia Cole: The Way It Is”, from 2006 to 2008.
Keyshia Cole Net Worth is expected to be $9.5 Million
According to sources like WealthyGorilla and Celebrity Net worth, as of 2021, she is estimated to have a net worth of $9.5million. The R&B musician began her career when she was just 12 years old thanks to MC Hammer. At 15 she joined hands with A&M Records. It’s a matter of fact that Cole has been in the music industry for decades now delivering some world-class music for her fans.
However, as Keyshia’s career is on peek and continues to grow we hope she makes more millions of dollars under her name.
The most awaited Verzuz battle had some complications
Finally, the wait was over when on Thursday the two most awaited R&B stars and Grammy award winners Ashanti and Keshia Cole came face to face. The much anticipated Verzuz battle between the two icons ultimately took place after much delay and postponement. Following two COVID-19-related delays, Ashanti and Keyshia Cole were eventually able to page their VERZUZ battle, which was originally scheduled for December 12.
The initial postponement was declared after Ashanti tested positive for the virus. The second delay was in response to rising COVID numbers in the nation as well as the recent unstable events in Washington D.C. But prayers were meant when we could see the two queens in a head-to-head firing music battle.
The live stream was schedule on ET but went through some complications at the start.
The late start of this long-awaited show led the fans and viewers with a sheer sense of annoyance and frustration which they committed on social media in the best way possible.
The memes with hashtag #Verzuz is something you need to check out for a good laugh.
Initially, fans pointed out Cole’s miffed attitude at the beginning of the battle. But thankfully for viewers, Cole appeared to be having more fun as the battle progressed, with some suspecting the shift was alcohol-induced.
Furthermore, the sound issues made the fans more frustrated to burst on the internet. But fans weren’t left entirely dishearten and dissatisfied. A handful who tuned in said they appreciated the nostalgia factor and revisiting their favourite R&B hits from the aughts. And although they didn’t end the battle as expected with their joint track, “Woman to Woman” Cole and Ashanti gifted fans with new music to vibe on before signing off.