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For the past few years Keyshia Cole has been M.I.A. from the urban music scene. Fret not, she’s bringing her story back to reality television.

It was recently announced Cole will return to BET reality tv with a new show called Keyshia Cole: Family First. The show will focus on the new stage of life Keyshia has entered into. We will see her as she slips comfortably into the role of wife of NBA baller Daniel “Boobie” Gibson and as a mother to her toddler D.J. who is two years old.

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Keyshia Cole first got her start in reality television on her hit BET show Keyshia Cole: The Way It Is. The series began in 2006 and ran for three seasons. During the show, we watched Cole as she rose from a new artist to a platinum selling singer-songwriter. Check out the official synopsis of the show:

Keyshia Cole’s evolution from a promising R&B star to a multiplatinum selling artist was captured for three seasons by BET on her top-rated reality series The Way It Is. Viewers will once again join her on an emotional journey as she steps into a new chapter of her life. The new series gives a candid look at the R&B songstress at her most vulnerable, as a wife to NBA star Daniel Gibson, mother to her two-year-old son D.J., daughter, sister, musician and businesswoman. We’ve witnessed so many incredible and compelling moments in Keyshia’s life, especially her tumultuous relationship with her mom and sister, Frankie and Neffe. Now Keyshia has found herself on the path to becoming the woman she was destined to be, but will her new life lead her down the road to success or will demons from her past continue to haunt her?

Will you be watching Keyshia Cole’s new show when it airs on BET?



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