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A Different Me

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Download links and information about A Different Me by Keyshia Cole. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock genres. It contains 30 tracks with total duration of 01:47:32 minutes.

Artist: Keyshia Cole
Release date: 2008
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock
Tracks: 30
Duration: 01:47:32
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. A Different Me "Intro" (Album Version) 1:47
2. Make Me Over (Album Version) 3:05
3. Please Don't Stop (Album Version) 4:04
4. Erotic (Album Version) 4:10
5. You Complete Me (Album Version) 3:51
6. No Other (Featuring Amina Harris) 3:34
7. Oh-oh, Yeah-yea (Featuring Nas) 3:58
8. Playa Cardz Right (Featuring 2 Pac) 4:51
9. Brand New (Album Version) 4:15
10. Trust (Duet with Monica) 4:13
11. Thought You Should Know (Album Version) 4:18
12. This Is Us (Album Version) 3:16
13. Where This Love Could End Up (Album Version) 2:55
14. Beautiful Music (Album Version) 3:59
15. A Different Me "Outro" (Album Version) 1:30
16. A Different Me "Intro" (Album Version) 1:47
17. Make Me Over (Album Version) 3:05
18. Please Don't Stop (Album Version) 4:04
19. Erotic (Album Version) 4:10
20. You Complete Me (Album Version) 3:51
21. No Other (Featuring Amina Harris) 3:34
22. Oh-oh, Yeah-yea (Featuring Nas) 3:58
23. Playa Cardz Right (Featuring 2 Pac) 4:51
24. Brand New (Album Version) 4:15
25. Trust (Duet with Monica) 4:13
26. Thought You Should Know (Album Version) 4:18
27. This Is Us (Album Version) 3:16
28. Where This Love Could End Up (Album Version) 2:55
29. Beautiful Music (Album Version) 3:59
30. A Different Me "Outro" (Album Version) 1:30

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It’s hard to go wrong when you’re working with a voice as passionate at Keyshia Cole’s. The productions on A Different Me are as varied as those on Just Like You, but this time around they feel even more tailored to Cole’s personality. The jazzy inventions of “Make Me Over” sacrifice nothing of the singer’s unwavering attitude, while the pure simmering drama of “Erotic” and “Where This Love Could End Up” are second to none. Other songs place Cole in the tradition of performers that preceded her. “No Other” and “Trust” exemplify the torrential, all-encompassing love songs that Cole learned from studying Mary J. Blige. Meanwhile, “Please Don’t Stop” and “Thought You Should Know” recall the hypnotic electro-inflected R&B on which Cole was raised in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s. The album’s centerpiece is “Playa Cardz Right,” which features an excavated 2Pac verse. Usually a posthumous 2Pac verse seems like a cheap way to cash in, but Cole is one of the few singers who can comfortably commune with Tupac’s spirit, not only because of their shared Oakland heritage but because their art is drawn from the same wellspring of woundedness.