Keri Hilson Ready For A Real Man with ‘No Boys Allowed’

With weeks away from her sophomore release of ‘No Boys Allowed,’ R&B singer Keri Hilson is bringing all the girls to the yard. The set is Hilson’s follow-up to the Gold certified debut ‘In A Perfect World…,’ which also logged a Grammy nod for the swag singer. ‘No Boys Allowed’ is a deeply personal project designed to bring women to their feet. The provocative title, is not what you may think,” says Hilson. “It’s not about excluding men. It’s more about women understanding that there comes a time in your life when you want a man. A real man. A grown up. Not a boy. And that’s not a bad thing.” ‘No Boys Allowed’ is lead by the singles “Breaking Point,” produced by Timbaland and “Pretty Girl Rock,” which paid tribute to music greats like Janet Jackson, Diana Ross and TLC in the music video. The set also feature the raw and aggressive club track “The Way You Love Me” feat. Rick Ross and produced by Polow Da Don. “I write from a female perspective, but I’m also telling men what women are really thinking and feeling about them,” Keri says of songs on the project. Executive produced by super-producers Timbaland and Polow Da Don, the album features appearances by Kanye West, Chris Brown, Rick Ross, J-Cole and additional musical contributions by Danjahandz, Ne-Yo, John Legend, Boi1da, Stargate, Jerry Wonder and Chuck Harmony.


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