Keyshia Cole Net Worth: Keyshia Cole who has a Net Worth of $8 million dollars is an American singer, songwriter, entertainer and an established entrepreneur. She make name for herself through her exception performance in the music industry.
Three of Cole’s seven albums have gone Platinum. She was the star of a popular reality series on BET called “Keyshia Cole: The Way It Is” from 2006 to 2008. She gained nationwide acclaim with her 2005 debut album, “The Way It Is,” and her next two albums, 2007’s “Just like You” and 2008’s “A Different Me,” both reached @2 on the “Billboard” 200 and No1 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
Keyshia earned a Soul Train Award nomination for Best Collaboration for “Trust” (shared with Monica) in 2009, and she has received four Grammy nominations: Best Contemporary R&B Album for “Just Like You,” Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for “Let It Go” (shared with Missy Elliott and Lil’ Kim), and Best R&B Song and Best Female R&B Vocal Performance for “Heaven Sent.”
Keyshia Cole Profile
- Name: Keyshia Myeshia Johnson
- Known As: Keyshia Cole
- Birth Place: Oakland, California
- State Of Origin: Oakland, California
- Nationality: American
- Up Time: Active
- Source Of Income: Singer, Songwriter
- Net Worth: $8 Million Dollars
- Religion: Christianity
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- Siblings: Updating soon
- Height: 5 feet 9 inches (175 cm)
- Weight: 71 kg (134 lbs)
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- Social Media: Instagram, Twitter
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Keyshia Cole Biography
Keyshia Cole was born Keyshia Myeshia Johnson on October 15, 1981, in Oakland, California. Her biological parents are Francine Lons and boxing trainer Virgil Hunter, and Keyshia didn’t meet Hunter or know who her biological father was until 2016, when she was 34 years old. Francine reportedly had six children with six different fathers, and at age two, Keyshia was adopted by Leon and Yvonne Cole, who were friends of the family. When she was 12, Cole and her brother Sean met MC Hammer and recorded music with him.
Keyshia later became friends with Tupac Shakur, and in 1996, he asked her to collaborate with him on an upcoming project; she never got the chance because Tupac was tragically murdered that night. At age 16, Cole got involved with the East Oakland Youth Development Center, and she attended Fremont High School but dropped out before graduating (she started working toward her GED in 2015).
At age 18, she moved to Los Angeles and began collaborating with Bay Area artists like Messy Marv and Tony Toni Tone’s D’Wayne Wiggins. After being introduced to Ron Fair of A&M Records, Keyshia was signed to the label, and Fair became her mentor.