The talk goes on & on about Keke Palmer’s new video and of course you will never guess why?  Scream Queens star KekePalmer has been busy working on her forthcoming album with Island Records.  This week the actress/singer released a new music video for “I Don’t Belong To You.” Featuring Cassie and Power’s Rotimi, it’s a black-and-white clip about presumable love lost.

Palmer announced her contract with Island in August.  When her rep confirmed to EW that she had signed with the label and her first single would be out in the fall. The new album will be Palmer’s first since 2007’s, So Uncool.

Early Years Of KEKE PALMER

Born on August 26, 1993, in Harvey, Illinois, famed actress/singer Keke Palmer began performing at an early age.  Wowing audiences at her local church she earned her fist taste of national exposure. Palmer began performing at the age of 5, wowing audiences at her church in her hometown of Robbins, Illinois.  Landing a small role in Barbershop 2: Back in Business (2004), later starring in Akeelah and the Bee (2006).

Performing is certainly in Palmer’s genetic make-up. Her parents, Sharon and Larry Palmer met in drama class.  Both worked hard as professional actors before settling into more regular full-time jobs. Larry went on to have a career at a plastics manufacturing company; Sharon worked with middle school age autism students.  The jump from church stage to the big screen happened quickly for Palmer. She earned valuable experience and exposure performing at a stage show at a popular Chicago tourist destination.

From there, Palmer was cast for a small role in Barbershop 2: Back in Business (2004), in which her aunt was played by Queen Latifah. Palmer’s role in the film encouraged her parents to relocate the family to California, so Keke could pursue a career in show business

“I knew opportunities would pop up if I just kept on trying,” said Palmer.  Who unsuccessfully auditioned for a Broadway show at age 10. “I talked it over with my sister, and I didn’t have anything to bribe her. I asked her, ‘Please?’ I knew she was excited about going to high school and I didn’t want to take that away from her.  I really wanted my dream to come true. She said, “You’re really talented, and I think this could be good for you.”


Check out “I Don’t Belong To You.”

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