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Keke Wyatt

The Early Years Born Ke’Tara (pronounced key-TAIR-ruh) Wyatt, Indianapolis-native Keke grew up the second born along with three brothers (all musically inclined) in a mixed-race family. Father Keever Wyatt II is a minister, organist and vocalist, and Mother Lorna Wyatt is a powerful vocalist and church choir director. Keke’s grandmother discovered her ability to harmonize at age two. She began singing in church with her family shortly after she had her first solo performance at age five. Keke recorded her first gospel song, “What If,” when she was ten years-old. Music was Keke’s first love—not only singing but as a good drummer and percussionist, also she would attempt at keyboards, guitar, and bass.

Keke was the only girl on her high school wrestling team (having all brothers and live-in male cousins creates such necessities). In between bouts on the mat, Keke performed with various girl groups. Keke became a protégé of noted producer Steve Huff. Under his tutelage, she recorded demos for record labels and developed her songwriting skills. When Keke turned 16 years-old, Huff introduced her to R&B singer Avant who asked Keke to join him on a cover of René & `Angela’s 1983 Quiet Storm masterpiece, “My First Love.” The sumptuous duet became a hit all over again for another generation in 2000 and was Keke’s first out of the box smash, peaking at No. 4 on the Billboard Top 100 chart.  …more

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