Keyshia Cole's new album, "Point of No Return," is set for a debut on the coveted Billboard album charts next week.
According to trusted sources, the "She" singer's album is projected to move 22-25,000 copies in its first week.
Cole's first album to be released in two years, "Point of No Return" is (with these numbers) projected to be her worst opening week to date.
The Grammy nominee's last album, "Woman To Woman," debuted with 96,000 copies sold (2012). That album was led by the singles "Enough of No Love" and "Trust and Believe."