The countdown is on. After months of teasing her seventh album, Keyshia Cole is finally ready to drop 11:11 Reset.
Taking to Twitter, the R&B songstress announced that her first album since 2014’s Point of No Return will arrive on Oct. 20. “10/20 album will be released,” she tweeted. “I’ve been working so hard on this Album man!!!!”
10/20 album will be released https://t.co/X7HlXqwOND
— Keyshia Cole (@KeyshiaCole) September 15, 2017
Back in January, Cole spoke with Rap-Up about the forthcoming album, which is set to feature DJ Khaled, Remy Ma, French Montana, Young Thug, and Kamaiyah on the Tupac-sampled “Ride.”
“For the past year, I’ve been seeing 11:11 constantly and to my understanding, you’re aligned spiritually with your destiny and everything that is meant to be in your life is happening at the right time,” she said. “The timing is right. Everything is right. Reset is definitely cohesive with that.”
So far, fans have already heard two singles from the “Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood” star, including January’s “You” (featuring Remy Ma and French Montana) and “Incapable,” for which she recently shot a Mike Ho-directed video.
“It’s time to hit the reset,” she told Rap-Up in April. “I’m at a new label. I’m bringing an end to my divorce, it’s finalizing. That’s a new reset.”