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Keyshia Cole to Headline ‘Love Hard’ National Tour

Keyshia Cole, whose slate of hits includes “Love,” “Let It Go,” “Heaven Sent” and “I Remember,” will headline the forthcoming “Love Hard” tour. Joining the singer/songwriter on the 24-market trek is fellow Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Trey Songz with featured guests Jaheim and K. Michelle.

Presented in partnership with the Black Promoters Collective (BPC), the Love Hard tour will kick off Feb. 22 in Macon, Georgia. Stops along the way include Atlanta, Chicago, Brooklyn,  Houston, Las Vegas and Los Angeles, before the tour wraps in Southaven, Mississippi on April 14.
In a press release, Cole said, “I am beyond excited to announce the Love Hard tour and to be collaborating with the Black Promoters Collective. This tour is a true labor of love and I’m looking forward to connecting with my fans, sharing new memories and healing through music.”

Noted BPC president Shelby Joyner, “Keyshia Cole ignited the music scene with a passion in R&B reminiscent of the soul singers of the past. Her captivating tone and lyrical prowess instantly drew me in. I am thrilled to join forces with her on the Love Hard tour, where the legacy of soulful storytelling continues to unfold.”

Earlier this year, Cole’s life and career were spotlighted in the Lifetime-produced scripted biopic Keyshia Cole: This Is My Story. Presently working on her eighth studio album, the Grammy-nominated artist is also featured on the soundtrack for the upcoming theatrical musical The Color Purple and on an anticipated collaboration with Nicki Minaj and Monica for the deluxe version of Minaj’s The Pink Print 2 album.

Songz notched his first Hot 100 top 10 with “Say (Aah)” featuring Fabolous in 2010. The Grammy-nominated singer’s other hits include “Bottoms Up” featuring Nicki Minaj, “Can’t Be Friends,” “I Invented Sex” featuring Drake and “Neighbors Know My Name.”  Fellow Grammy-nominated artist Jaheim is known for fan faves such as “Put That Woman First,”  “Fabulous” and “Ain’t Leavin’ Without You.”  And K. Michelle, the singer-songwriter behind songs such as “Love ‘Em All,” “V.S.O.P.” and “Can’t Raise a Man,” scored a No. 1 Adult R&B Airplay hit last year with “Scooch.” The latter song is from Michelle’s self-proclaimed final R&B album, I’m the Problem.

Tickets for the Love Hard tour will be available to the general public today (Dec. 15) at 10 a.m. local time here.

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