made claims to fame in early childhood. Since her acting debut, we’ve seen the multi-talented act do it all; music, acting, modelling and television hosting. Some skill-sets however, blossomed more rapidly than others and music unfortunately was the short straw in Keke
’s assortment of trades.
From pillar to post we’ve seen the act repeatedly stall in the music business, but now at just 22 and backed by Island Records, we are introduced to a new Ms Palmer - a boss in her premier single on the label dubbed “I Don’t Belong To You
”. Does the number confirm Keke
’s affirmation into adulthood or prove why her career in music has failed to take off?
“We Got London On The Track
” initiates the R&B led production by London Holmes
(London on da track) and sounds somewhat unfamiliar to his usual arena of trap led, contemporary Atlanta creations typically associated with the Thugs and Quan’s of the industry.
“I Don’t Belong To You
”, ultimately proves to be new terrain for London and combined with vocalist Keke
, it certainly helps to instantly diversify his artistry and aid Keke
’s comeback effort. Keke
rides the chilled and formulaic R&B production and begins to yearn for out as she claims she “Doesn’t belong” to her lover of the moment. “I’m not interested in playing your childish games.” Keke
goes on the defensive, expressing her maturity to not only her lover but her audience, a far cry from her Disney Channel past.
Kick drums follow Keke
’s vocal as she begins repeating the song’s title all over the verse, adding “Keep it on the down low” here and there almost saving the abandoned lover embarrassment. In a conventional R&B format, Keke
then reverts back to what her lover has done to wrong…