Cover Girl Swag: Keyshia Cole Talks Falling For Her Baller Boo-Thang And Reveals Which Industry Couple She Looks Up To

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Keyshia Cole Covers Rolling Out Magazine

R&B songstress Keyshia Cole is gearing up for the release of her latest album “Woman” that hits stores on Monday.

The blonde-haired Mrs. Gibson graces the cover of this month’s Rolling Out magazine and she sat down to chat it up about how she knew her hubby was the one, who she looks up to in the industry, and which high-paid Hollyweird power couple she respects the most.

During that time, you also fell in love. Do you remember the day you realized Daniel was the one?

I thought he was beautiful the first time we met. We had been talking for months before we physically met each other. We had ups and downs in our relationship, and we grew from it. When you make a commitment to marriage, you have to be serious about it. You can love the person you are with, but you have to be sure that you’re ready to make that commitment. This is not only for when times are good — marriage is for the remainder of our lives. [It’s for] building a life and making the best life for your children.

Are there any couples in entertainment you admire for being examples of a strong family?

I respect Beyoncé and Jay-Z, because I know how hard it can be to stay in love in this business. In the beginning, it appeared as if Jay-Z knew Beyoncé had work to do. I respect that. You can’t go into a relationship trying to change someone. You have to grow with that person and go through everything with them. That’s one thing that I noticed and I respect about them. Of course, I’m not with them every day, but that’s what I see from the outside looking in.

What do you want your overall message to be for those who relate to your songs?

I didn’t have great examples while coming up in Oakland. I was able to look to examples in the industry such as Brandy. She was able to do a lot at an early age. In Mary J. Blige I saw strength. She never gave up. That’s what I want to leave behind. I want young women to know that where they start doesn’t have to be where they finish. You have to take it a day at a time. You go through things, you learn and you keep fighting.

Will you be checking for Keyshia’s new album once it hits stores? Check out a few recent candids of Keyshia and her lil Boobie Jr on the flip….



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