The charities that KeKe Wyatt supports include: National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Red Carpet Charity Event and Whitney E. Houston Academy of Creative and Performing Arts.
Ketaara “Keke” Wyatt (March 10, 1982), widely known as Keke Wyatt, is an American R&B singer from Indianapolis, Indiana. She first began her professional career as a young teen, singing for numerous female groups and was managed by Steve ‘Stone’ Huff who is known for his work with The Isley Brothers. Huff was determined for Wyatt to be signed to a record label, leading her to her signing with MCA. In 2001, Wyatt released her first debut album, ‘Soul Sista’ which Huff also helped produce. In 2002, ‘Soul Sista’ was certified gold. Wyatt went on to record her second album with record label Cash Money which eventually was never released. She moved to TVT to release her next album but unfortunately the label shut down. Still hopeful, Wyatt signed with Shanachie in 2010, releasing her second and third album collectively, titled ‘Who Knew?’ featuring productions from Troy Oliver, the Underdogs and Tank. In 2012, Wyatt was featured on Faith Evans’ self titled album and continued to work with her, leading to her release of an EP, ‘Ke’Ke’, in 2014 featuring collaborations with Ne-Yo, Pusha T and Chuck Harmony. Wyatt released 2 following albums, ‘Rated Love’ (2016) and cover album ‘Keke Covers’ (2015). Wyatt also dabbled in a TV career, casted for TV One’s R&B Divas and Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars. Her biggest hit is a collaboration Wyatt did with Avant titled ‘Nothing In This World’ with 7 million plays on Spotify.
Music, Pop, Rock