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Keyshia Cole Premieres New Single 'Rick James' Ft. Juicy J

March 20, 2014 (5:53 am) GMT
The song serves as the lead single off the singer's upcoming sixth album that's expected to be released later this year.

has returned with a new single called "Rick James". Featuring guest vocals from , the track was premiered during her visit to Power 105's "The Breakfast Club" on Wednesday morning, March 19.

In it, the R&B crooner talks about being tired of her man cheating on her. "Why does it matter now?/ Who can do you better?/ Feet up on your couch/ Yeah, b**ch, I'm Rick James/ Slap a b**ch like Rick James," she sings.

"Rick James" serves as the lead single off her upcoming sixth album which is expected to arrive later this year. In a new interview with Fuse.tv, Cole revealed that her yet-to-be-titled record wouldn't feature guest appearances from female musicians.

"Not this time around," she told the site. "Maybe we'll do a remix or something with a female. We can always explore those options, I thought about that. But as far as just being on the album, no."

In the same interview, Cole also talked about another new track called "Next Time". "It's about being in a relationship, experiencing the downs of the relationship and not wanting to go there again, of course," she explained. "[It's also about] giving your heart away and allowing somebody to be able to be that close to you where they can hurt you."



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