Keyshia Cole Leaves Without Regret on ‘Remember (Part 2)’
Keyshia Cole hasn't been shy in revealing the fact that her upcoming album, 'Point of No Return,' highlights the drama revolving around her breakup with ex-husband, Daniel Gibson. Her new song, 'Remember (Part 2),' cranks those feelings up a notch.
Set on a piano-driven melody, Keyshia begins the ballad by questioning whether her man is really the one for her because the relationship just "doesn't seem right."
"All the things you said / I got to get you out my head / 'Cause you're trying to make me believe / That you're the only one for me / But something don't seem right though / Because we argue all the time and we fuss and fight," she delivers in the first verse.
As a sequel to 2007's 'I Remember,' the song then builds into a crescendo where Keyshia is joined by a choir singing, "Everything that you told me / Everything you said we'd be / Don't you remember / Don't you remember."
Unlike some ballads that solely rest on one feeling, 'Remember (Part 2)' starts in one place and ends in another. The songstress goes through the emotional highs and lows and ends the track by leaving without regret.
“I don’t know if I even miss you / Don’t want to kiss you / How can you love somebody and everything just changes? / I just can’t take no more, it’s not meant to be / Just not meant to be," Keyshia sings.
With all of the emotion packed into 'Remember (Part 2),' this is a fitting closing song for her album. Check out the tracklist here.
'Point of No Return' is set to release on Oct. 7.
Listen to Keyshia Cole's 'Remember (Part 2)'