Keke Wyatt

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Keke Wyatt is an American Neo-Pop singer. Her biggest hit single is "Put Your Hands On Me" which became the no.1 most added urban track to radio in the year 2005.

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About

Early Life

RnB singer Keke Wyatt (Ketara Wyatt) was born on 1981 in Indianapolis, Indiana. As a child, she was surrounded by gospel and RnB music. Her family was into music and active in church. Keke’s father was an organist and her mother was a vocalist. They had her singing at their church at a young age and exposed Keke to RnB. During her teen years, she joined an all-girl collective somewhat similar to Destiny’s Child.

Career

Keke met Steve "Stone" Huff who later on became her mentor and producer. In 2000, Keke signed in with MCA Records. Huff wanted to make an updated version of “My First Love” together with Avant. The following year, Keke’s debut album, Soul Sista was issued with the first single.

Awards & Certifications

Certifications

Year Album Certification
2002 Soul Sista Certified Gold in U.S.

Chart Toppers

Year Title Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks Billboard Hot 100 Album
2001 Used To Love 65 Soul Sista
2002 Nothing In This World 4 27 Soul Sista

News

Tours & Concerts

No upcoming tours and concerts for this artist.

Announcements

Discography

Albums

Singles

Year Single Label Album
2002 Used To Love MCA Soul Sista

Other artists

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Influences

Contemporaries

Trivia

  • She was arrested for stabbing her husband with a kitchen knife.
  • Her third single "I Don't Wanna" featured her real spouse playing her husband as well as their son in the beginning intro.

Reviews

When you first here Keke on the remake of the Rene & Angela classic "My First Love", there is no doubt the girl can sing. Her songs talk about the life of an everyday woman and her perception towards men. Keke’s music has great beats, meaningful lyrics and passion. -Mimi 08:05, 25 April 2007 (PST)

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