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“So, it’s kind of a strong emotional situation for me because I want DJ to have everything that I didn’t. “That’s the reason why I ultimately made the decision of just making sure we go our separate ways.
Even though he’s done a lot of things in the marriage that were the ultimate no-no, you know what? We don’t confuse things for him, but know that he still has both parents.” For the record, despite their long-lasting estrangement, Cole and Gibson are still not divorced.
Preceded by the number one hit single "Let It Go" featuring Missy Elliott & Lil' Kim, "Let It Go" has sold over one million copies in the U. and Best Female R&B Vocal Performance and Best R&B Song at the 2009 Grammy Awards.
Cole was also featured on Jahiem's single "I've Changed," from his album The Makings of a Man and Keith Sweat's Love You Better, which was featured on his album Just Me and the soundtrack to Why Did I Get Married? Additionally, Cole was scheduled to make a cameo on Missy Elliott's upcoming album, Block Party.
She was featured on the single "Last Night" by Diddy from his album Press Play which also ended up being on her second LP.
The recording of the album was documented on the second season of her reality TV show "Keyshia Cole: The Way It Is." Cole released her second album, Just Like You on September 25, 2007.
That’s probably why Cole decided to explain a very important part of her storyline for the show, which premieres on Monday, before it premieres: the fact that Gibson lives with her even though they’re not together. And all that matters is that DJ is there with him and he gets to see him.” As for what their son, DJ, knows about the state of their relationship, Cole said she doesn’t want to confuse him, so the the estranged couple focus solely on parenting.
It has been certified platinum by the RIAA and is regarded as Cole's "breakthrough single." Cole began work on the second album in early 2006.
The 10 episode season followed up the last season following Keyshia's family and giving a look into her third studio album, "A Different Me." The series concluded on December 16, 2008.
Cole released "A Different Me" on December 16, 2008.
The album was preceded by lead single "Playa Cardz Right," with a posthumous feature from Oakland-native and past mentor, Tupac Shakur.
It was released on October 28, 2008 and reached number 63 on the Hot 100.