Keyshia Cole, Bobby V & Nivea at The Grand Theater

Keyshia Cole Tickets

Premier Theater At Foxwoods | Mashantucket, Connecticut

Keyshia Cole

R&B music lovers, you’re about to have one of the best nights ever! Not one, not two, but three - YES, THREE! - of the most successful R&B artists are going to share the same stage on one night!

Keyshia Cole, Bobby V, and Nivea are taking over MGM Grand Theater at Foxwoods in Mashantucket, Connecticut on May 11, 2024, Saturday!

With Keyshia Cole’s famous raspy soprano voice, Bobby V’s super cool style, and Nivea’s confident and playful music, you’re sure to have an incredible night!

Get ready to experience the distinct sound, amazing vocals, and stunning performances of these three artists. Keyshia Cole’s “Love,” “Last Night,” “Let It Go,” and “I Remember,” Bobby V’s “Anonymous,” “Tell Me,” “Slow Down,” and “Turn The Page,” and Nivea’s “Don’t Mess With My Man,” “Complicated,” “Okay,” and “Laundromat” have forever changed the world of R&B. Don’t miss the chance to watch them live! Get your tickets here before they run out!

Keyshia Cole started her career as MC Hammer's backing vocalist and later signed with A&M Records to release her debut studio album, The Way It Is (2005). The album produced the Billboard Hot 100-top 20 single "Love," was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), and was nominated for two Soul Train Music Awards in 2006.

Cole has a soprano vocal range. Her voice has been described as having a "flexible range of R&B, the muscular punch of soul and the hard character of hip hop" and has a "smoky flavor, and a husky texture." Cole's musical themes and lyrics touch upon the topics of empowerment, reflection, heartache, and love. Ben Ratliff of The New York Times characterized her fifth studio album "Woman to Woman" (2012) as an R&B almanac of shaky romance, with nearly every song a first-person narrative with gnarled details, endlessly recombining data about suspicion, jealousy, punishment, self-respect, the led-up, and the aftermath." The album's lyrics revolved around "emotionally painful romantic issues.”

Betty Wright listed Cole as one of the musicians who she thought was "still holding the torch" for R&B music. Growing up, Cole listened to her mentor Tupac Shakur. She lists Faith Evans, Toni Braxton, Monica, Chanté Moore, and Brandy as some of her biggest musical influences.

Bobby V

Bobby V initially became a member of the R&B group Mista in 1994. The group gained popularity with their 1996 hit song "Blackberry Molasses". That same year, their self-titled debut studio album was released ahead of the song, however it didn't do well on the market. The following year, the group broke up.

He then decided to pursue a solo career and signed with Disturbing tha Peace, an imprint of Def Jam Recordings, a record label owned by rapper Ludacris. In February of 2005, Wilson released his debut solo single, "Slow Down." It was the lead single off his self-titled debut studio album (2005), which peaked at number three on the Billboard 200, and it peaked at number eight on the Billboard Hot 100. Lil Wayne's song "Tell Me" was the follow-up single to the album. Similar success followed his second album, Special Occasion (2007), which was bolstered by the single "Anonymous" (with Timbaland). EMI published his third album, The Rebirth (2009). Every album made its debut at the top of the chart for Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.


Nivea’s songs peaked at number one on the Billboard charts in the early 2000s. Her most well-known songs are "Don't Mess with My Man," "Laundromat," and "Okay," which features YoungbloodZ & Lil' Jon and is nominated for a Grammy. She now has four studio albums: Nivea (2001), Complicated (2005), Animalistic (2006), and Mirrors (2019) in addition to her independently released extended play Nivea: Undercover (2011).

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