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  1. Let It Go
  2. Didn't I Tell You
  3. Fallin' Out
  4. Give Me More
  5. I Remember
  6. Shoulda Let You Go
  7. Heaven Sent
  8. Same Thing
  9. Got To Get My Heart Back
  10. Was It Worth It?
  11. Just Like You
  12. Losing You
  13. Last Night
  14. Work It Out
  15. Let It Go

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Keyshia Cole Presents Heartbreak 101 25 septembre 2007
Par J. Highsmith - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I was introduced to Keyshia Cole when I heard the track "I Changed My Mind" which featured and was produced by Kanye West. I felt that she was a nice, fresh voice to the music scene and it didn't hurt that she was easy to look at. The next track that I heard was "We Could Be" and eventually I heard "I Just Want It To Be Over" and I was convinced that I would pick up Keyshia's debut once it was released.

The Way It Is was released in 2005 and once I listened to the disc it instantly reminded me of Teedra Moses' Complex Simplicity because of the song content and the attitude and feeling in the voice. "The Way It Is" was a late bloomer on the charts but once Keyshia's 4th single, "Love" was released it drove "The Way It Is" to platinum sales. My personal favorites were all of the singles, which included "I Changed My Mind", "I Just Want It To Be Over", "I Should've Cheated", and "Love", as well as, "Love, I Thought You Had My Back", and "We Could Be".

I began to hear "Let It Go", which also includes Missy Elliott and Lil Kim, a couple of months back and that's when I learned that "Just Like You" was going to be released on September 25, 2007. "Let It Go" sets the tone of the CD at the beginning as Keyshia is headed on a night on the town with her girlfriends because she has just broke up with her man. The theme isn't new but with Missy Elliott's reworking of Mtume's "Juicy Fruit" sample the track ends up being a song that will be in the clubs for awhile and my intsant favorite. Biggie would be proud as he also used the same sample for his introductory single, "Juicy". "Didn't I Tell You" is produced by The Runners, who are credited with producing Rick Ross' "Hustlin'" and has also done work on the latest CDs from UGK, Chamillionaire, and DJ Khaled. Bay Area veteran Too Short is also featured on the track but he tones down his usual sexually explicit tales about women to tell Keyshia that if she is feeling bad about her breakup that doesn't need to sit around the house and cry she needs to be out on the town with her friends and homies. Basically, this track employs the same idea that Usher's "U Don't Have To Call" did. "Fallin' Out" has Keyshia explaining how she is falling out of love with the man in her life because they aren't doing the essential things that couples must do to be together by keeping good communication and spending quality time with each other. Scott Storch must have been taking notes from Rich Harrison because "Give Me More" sounds just like something that he would have created for Amerie on "All I Have" or "Touch". However, Keyshia is able to put her own touch on the track. She is just wondering why the man in her life can't do the things that he use to do for her. "I Remember" is a sweet slow jam that has Keyshia reminiscing to the times where her past relationship caused her to endure heartbreak. She is wondering why the love of her life is no longer there and how she will find a way to go on, eventhough she still loves him. The next single, "Shoulda Let You Go" features Amina and is produced by Rodney Jerkins, also known as, Mr. "Darkchild". The track would be better if it didn't sound like the same track that he produced for Mary J. Blige, "Enough Cryin'" that was on her latest full length CD, The Breakthrough. "Heaven Sent" has Keyshia talking about a relationship that seems to be going back and forth for some reason. It doesn't seem as if there is any stability at all. However, Keyshia still wants to try to be the one in his life since she feels that he is the one for her. "Same Thing" is an interlude that has Keyshia being fed up with the arguments and lies that is going on between her and her man. "Got To Get My Heart Back" is an uptempo jam that has Keyshia once again trying to figure out what went wrong in a relationship and she is trying to repair her heart because of the bad experience. "Was It Worth It?" is produced by Bryan Micheal Cox, who has done production for past CDs by Jagged Edge, Usher, Joe, Bobby Valentino, etc. The song is a nice slow jam. However, we are on Track 10 and basically every song is about heartache, break ups, arguments, lies, unfulfilled promises, etc. So everything gets repetitive after awhile. The title track is refreshing because Keyshia takes a break from the heartbreak and explains to everyone how she is going through struggles like the average human being. She wants to you to get to know the real Keyshia excluding the celebrity status. This is clearly one of the best tracks on this CD. "Losing You" starts off with a nice old school Natalie Cole sample in "Sorry" and the track also features Anthony Hamilton whose latest CD is Ain't Nobody Worryin'. "Southern Comfort" was a CD of old songs that Anthony had made before signing with JD. Keyshia is trying to figure out if she is losing her man and Anthony is explaining to Keyshia that she is the one in his life and he has no intentions of leaving. Keyshia gets caught up on "Work It Out" as her man finds out that she is seeing another man. She finally wants to be honest about the situation and expects him to be patient why she is figuring out what she wants to do. However, her man is also seeing someone else so Keyshia is trying to figure out if relationship #1 can be worked out so that both parties can get their priorites straight. There is also a remix of "Let It Go" that features TI and Young Dro that is included on "Just Like You" which is decent but it's not as good as the original version.

I have no idea why "Last Night" featuring P Diddy, Diddy, or Puff Daddy is on here but Keyshia clearly made the song worth listening to. In conclusion, I fell that Keyshia has made a nice 2nd CD and has clearly avoided the sophomore jinx. However, the heartbreak theme was overplayed to me. In my opinion, there should be a better balance of songs. The quality is there and you will not have to skip any tracks, I just hope that next time around Ms. Cole will be able to tell us about some good things that are happening in her life. If you liked "The Way It Is", you will enjoy "Just Like You".

James' Top 5

1) Let It Go w/Missy Elliott & Lil Kim
2) I Remember
3) Just Like You
4) Didn't I Tell You w/Too Short
5) Losing You w/Anthony Hamilton

Honorable Mention:

Fallin' Out
Give Me More
Shoulda Let You Go w/Amina
Was It Worth It?
Work It Out
Heaven Sent
12 internautes sur 13 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Keyshia Cole avoids the sophomore slump. 25 septembre 2007
Par Wynne R. Phillips - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Keyshia Cole came out in 2005 with a slew of other promising female R&B acts. The odds seemed to be against her when the Kanye West-produced first single, "I Changed My Mind," didn't make big moves. But her debut, The Way It Is, turned out to be a surprise success, selling 1.4 million copies domestically and being certified platinum. Her next three singles became hits and her talent was unable to be looked over.

Cole could've done two things; she could've rushed out a sophomore album to cash in on the success, or she could've taken her time to create a quality, well-thought-out disc, hoping that fans would patiently wait for her. She chose the latter, taking about two years to create Just Like You, featuring all-star production from Rodney Jerkins, Mario Winans, Soulshock, etc. and guest appearances from T.I., Young Dro, Lil' Kim, Diddy and Too $hort, among others.

If you would like a short and sweet sum-up of the album skip to the last paragraph. If you want and in-depth, track by track review, continue reading.

"Let It Go" was the perfect choice for a lead-off single; the Missy Elliott-produced throwback groove immediately became a certified ladies' anthem and a huge hit in the clubs. "Didn't I Tell You" is an upbeat, southern hip-hop inspired and somewhat dark track in which Keyshia refuses to stay at home sulking over some man. "Fallin' Out" is a beautiful song about a relationship unraveling right before her eyes. Her emotional delivery is placed over piano and complex orchestral arrangements. "I Need More," produced by Scott Storch, is an energetic and soulful joint with blasting horns. In "I Remember," the singer gives a heartfelt testament of post-breakup pain, recollecting the events that lead up to this tragic state of loneliness. The production on "Shoulda Let You Go," the second single, is standard "Darkchild" fare. (It sounds way too much like Mary J.'s "Enough Cryin'"). However, the strong singing and songrwriting make up for it. Keyshia's protégé female rapper, Amina, makes an appearance. "Heaven Sent" is one of the lighter songs from the project about real love. But just a track later, she and her lover are back at square one arguing again on "Same Thing (Interlude)," which should've been expanded into a full-length song. "Gotta Get My Heart Back" is yet another (great) breakup track. Later, she asks "Was It Worth It," over vengeful, synth-heavy production. The title track, "Just Like You," is another nice addition to the album, even if the lyrics are a bit cliché. Up next is "Losing You," included some excellent (and unexpected) guest vocals from neo-soul favorite, Anthony Hamilton. The biggest mistake on Just Like You, in my opinion, is the inclusion of "Last Night." Although her vocals are great, I disliked the song since it came out. The fact that it's played out like nobody's business by now only adds to my dislike. The production sounds cheesy, Diddy can't sing and the song feels out of place from the rest of the album. (I understand that including this was a smart business decision, but as far as quality...no.) The soft and smooth "Work It Out" would've been a great note to end on, but of course there has to be a remix of "Let It Go." I found it rather unnecessary and I'm quite tired of "remixes" that just add new rappers over the original track with no other changes. I wish it were left off.

Just Like You is an R&B album composed mostly of melodic ballads of heartbreak with generous amounts of piano and strings. A few upbeats/midtempos are added in for good measure. Ms. Cole delivers emotional, soulful and climactic vocal performances and the album is amazingly cohesive. It is not without flaws, though; it could've used more variation. Some songs sound too similar and tend to blend together at times. Some should've just been left alone from the start, particularly "Last Night." But overall, Just... is a very strong sophomore album. If you are a Keyshia fan, or if this description sounds good to you, I suggest you go out and buy it.
9 internautes sur 10 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Stepping up her game 5 octobre 2007
Par Derrick Jenkins - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
on Keyshia's 2nd cd. It is evident that she's improved in vocal delivery, song arrangement and writing on this one. A more subdued but still very effective vocal delivery by her this time lets people know that she doesnt have to scream like crazy to deliver the song the way she wants to.

I'm liking this cd more with each listen to it. Despite a couple tracks that just did nothing for me like "Didn't I Tell You" it doesnt feel like Too Short brought anything to this song...it was okay on her part. But not really anything i would listen to more than a time or two everything though on the cd is more than good its all gravy.

With tracks like:

Let It Go (with Missy & Lil Kim and the remix version w/TI, Missy & Young Dro)

Fallin' Out
Give Me More
I Remember
Shoulda Let You Go w/Amina
Heaven Sent
Got To Get My Heart Back
Work It Out

"Just Like You" is crammed with songs that are both radio ready and at the same time. They don't have to be because they stand on their own and would be fine if it didnt happen. But we know that this cd is going to blow up..."Let It Go" is already number 2 on the singles chart and the album "Just Like You" is number 2 on the Billboad Top 200 album chart as well. So we know where this is going and that Keyshia is an artist that is making much headway and will be around for awhile doing things her way.

But also still being "Just Like You".
5 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
She hasn't lost an ounce of what made her so brilliant in the first place, her soul... 28 septembre 2007
Par Andrew Ellington - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I remember the first time I heard `Love' and I just fell head over heals for this amazingly talented singer. Her voice was so raw and so emotionally invested, I believed every word that came out of her mouth. That quality has not left Keyshia, not in the least. It's the one quality to me that sets her apart from just about every other singer in the business. She has heart and that comes through in every word she utters. I've been hearing a lot about soul lately, and how it's that soul that can make or break you in any avenue of work you chose to pursue. If your projected audience can't believe you then you won't make it, no matter how hard you try or how talented you really are. Keyshia Cole has that soul.

On `Just Like You' she masterfully delivers to us, her projected audience, her heart on a sleeve and we just devour it up because it tastes so good. Ever since she dropped `The Way It Is' in 2005 I've been praising this songbird, declaring that she alone will rise above the onslaught of young R&B singers as the true destined champ, the one to be remembered, and with `Just Like You' she's proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that she has won. There are comparisons to Mary J. Blige, but I was thinking more Faith Evans. Either way, just being mentioned in the presence of those two singers is enough to garner you respect and admiration. I'm tempted to say that in five years Keyshia will be even bigger and better than Evans or Blige.

Keyshia opens `Just Like You' with a nice club beat inspired track `Let It Go', the first official single off the album. The track features the likes of Missy Elliott and Lil' Kim. The one thing that I appreciate about Keyshia's effort here is that she never allows her guest artists to outshine her brilliance or take over the track. On `Let It Go' and even on the remix provided at the closing of the album featuring T.I. and Young Dro Keyshia is beyond a shadow of a doubt the soul limelight. `Let It Go' is a great way to start and close the album because it's commercial Keyshia. It's something that everyone of her fans, and even those who don't know the Keyshia her fans know can enjoy.

She continues the trend with `Didn't I Tell You' with Too $hort. The beat is really what makes this song. It reminds me of something Timbaland would produce; in fact it actually made me wish she had collaborated with Timbaland and Timberlake somewhere on this album. Maybe next time. `Didn't I Tell You' actually is one of my favorite tracks here. The beat is infectious and just makes you want to slip to the center of the dance floor, and Keyshia's voice is really golden here. She keeps the beats tight on tracks like `Shoulda Let You Go' with new artist Amina and `Last Night' featuring Diddy. `Last Night' is a perfect example of how excellent Keyshia really is. This is a Diddy track, as in it was recorded for his album, yet Keyshia controls this track. It doesn't come to life until she speaks up.

Keyshia delivers some emotional ballads as well. The first of these is `Fallin' Out' and it's just perfect in everyway. The piano laden beat is a perfect compliment to Keyshia's voice. It's apparent on these types of tracks that Keyshia's voice has matured quite a bit since her debut album. Thankfully she still has her signature rasp in areas but overall her voice is much cleaner. `I Remember' is an even softer ballad and she delivers with flying colors here, as she does on `Losing You' which features guest vocals from the amazingly talented Anthony Hamilton. `Work It Out' is one of the better ballads on this track. Keyshia sells what could have been a generic and same ol' same type track with her apparent determination.

Songs like `Give Me More', `Got To Get My Heart Back' and exceptional `Was It Worth It?' fall in between ballad and dance track. The beats are not hard hitting but they tend to uplift the track a bit more than a steady ballad. The title track `Just Like You' is a nice track that runs in this same vein, a track about finding yourself and Keyshia sells it. The album also features a track that I'm less than enthusiastic about, `Heaven Sent', and this may have more to do with the corny lyrics than the Keyshia factor. She does a great job with it, and her voice is amazing, but I can't get past the clichéd lyrics.

So, `Just Like You' is an album to own, to relish in and enjoy over and over again. When you take the best of Blige, Evans and even Janet Jackson, throw in a little Alicia Keys and a lot of heart and soul and you have Keyshia Cole, the artist I predict to be the example used ten to twenty years from now when some hot young artist blows up the scene. Soon being mentioned as the next Keyshia Cole will be the biggest compliment a new female artist could hope for.
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The Storm 2 novembre 2007
Par SoulfulHonesty - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Many people didn't seem to think that Keyshia Cole had what it takes to survive in the music business. Some even classified her as ghetto, but once you listen to the soulful, heartfelt ballads on this album you will know that this she is not just all talk and the voice on this album is one of a woman with a spirit that is genuine.
With songs like "I Remember" and "Work It Out" anyone can relate to the situations she is crooning as they serve to evoke memories of past heartache. Likewise on tracks, like "Shoulda Let You Go" and "Didn't I Tell You" Keyshia "tells it like it is" and stirs up all of the post-heartache emotions felt from relationships.
On this album, Keyshia comes correct and backs up her words of "Just Like You" with nothing but the truth, and raw emotion behind it.
If you're looking for the healing in the eye of the storm...this..is..IT.
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