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After four months of release, the album was certified platinum by the RIAA, just like her debut, and has since sold 1.7 million copies in the US alone. The album's final single Heaven Sent, followed in the previous singles success. It peaked at number one for nine consecutive weeks. On the Billboard Hot 100, it has peaked at number 28.Preceded by the number one hit single "Let It Go" featuring Missy Elliott & Lil' Kim, "Let It Go" has sold over one million copies in the U. Cole was also featured on Jahiem's single "I've Changed," from his album The Makings of a Man and Keith Sweat's Love You Better, which was featured on his album Just Me and the soundtrack to Why Did I Get Married? Additionally, Cole was scheduled to make a cameo on Missy Elliott's upcoming album, Block Party.
In 2002, she was introduced to A&M Records A&R Ron Fair.
After listening to an unfinished version of her single "Love," which would eventually become her first platinum single, he signed her and began mentoring her.
Cole moved to Los Angeles at 18 to pursue a music career.
During this time, Cole collaborated with artists from her native Bay Area, among them D'Wayne Wiggings of Tony Toni Tone and Messy Marv.
The radio remix, featuring rapper Shyne reached #71 in the US.
Her second single from the album, "(I Just Want It) To Be Over," was released on April 5, 2005 and reached number one on the Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 (101). In anticipation of her debut album, Cole and DJ Green Lantern released a mix tape entitled "Team Invasion Presents Keyshia Cole" in June 2005 featuring remixes of hip-hop instrumentals and snippets of songs from her album.
Kelly's single "Number One" along with T-Pain, and Gucci Mane on his own LP "The State vs Radric Davis," she began work on her fourth studio album.
Three months after the birth of her son, on June 27, 2010, Cole returned to the music industry, filling in for Hayley Williams to sing the chorus to B.o.
In early to mid-2008, Cole made several guest appearances on songs such as "I Got a Thang for You" with rapper Trina,"Boyfriend/Girlfriend" with Atlanta hip-hop group C-Side, and "Game's Pain" with west-coast native The Game.