Ever since Mary J. Blige firmly swore off drama in her life and music years ago, R&B singer Keyshia Cole has been the go-to girl for songs about cheating men, back-stabbing girlfriends, suspicious lovers and at least a half-dozen other forms of dysfunction that affect personal relationships. And on her fifth studio album, Woman to Woman, Keyshia ups the ante to the point where the album sounds like a week's worth of episodes of the Jerry Springer and Maury Povich shows rolled into one. Woman to Woman, which was released in the U.S. Nov. 19, 2012, is essentially the story of a woman trying to make her way through the ups and downs of this beautiful struggle we call life. And although not all the songs are gems, this just might be the most polished, well-rounded album of Keyshia's career so far. One of Keyshia's more significant assets as a performer has always been her ability to belt out done-me-wrong anthems with strength and conviction, and on Woman to Woman, that approach to music serves her well on numerous tunes here. For more, click the link to check out the full review of Keyshia Cole's Woman to Woman.