Words speak more than actions. This particular line has been proved by many people out there like dialogue writers, monologue writers, story writers. But none of them can match the creativity level of a songwriter.
It's something great to express your feelings and emotions in a sensible way. One such person is Keyshia Cole, an American Lyricist, a songwriter who has influenced many people's lives by her lyrics.
let's get to know her life a little bit.
Early Life of Keyshia Cole:
Born in Oakland, California, the USA on October 15, 1981, the 36-year-old Keyshia Cole is currently one of the best songwriters. She was born to Frankie Lons and boxing trainer Virgil Hunter.
Hunter and Keyshia met for the first time in their lives in the year 2016 after a genetic test to prove their connection. During her early stages, she was adopted by family friends Leon and Yvonne Cole. At the tender age of 12, she was introduced to the music world and was petrified and shocked by this pleasant world.
Her brother Sean took her to MC Hammer for recording purposes. Later on in her life, she made friends with Tupac Shakur, He promised to help her start her singing career, but unfortunately days later he passed away.
Keyshia Cole Career, awards winning & achievements:
In 2004 Cole's debut single "Never" was released on March 23. In order to promote a soundtrack to the film barber shop. It failed but became the closing track of her album. Later on, she went on to compose many singles such as "The way it is", "I changed my mind", "I just wanted it" which became a massive hits.
She also has composed lyrics for most of the songs she's written and got acclaimed as well. She was nominated for the best female R&B Vocal performance in 2009, in 2008 She was nominated for Best Rap/Sung collab.
Keyshia Cole Net worth:
Keyshia Cole has an estimated net worth of $9.5 million. Her huge net worth has enabled Keyshia Cole to live a lavish lifestyle, which she deserves for all the hard work she put into her career.
All the information which is written here is collected from Wikipedia