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The Best Man-Bashing Songs From Keyshia Cole

Keyshia's always been good at speaking from a woman's perspective, even if it comes off as "bitter" to some. We've taken some time to pull together a list of best "man-bashing" songs over the years. Check out our list and share this gallery with friends on Facebook and Twitter.

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    "I Should Have Cheated" was a lead single from her debut album, The Way It Is. Photos © Getty Images Compiled by Vanessa Denis
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    "Confused In Love" can be found on Keyshia's fourth studio album, Calling All Hearts. Photos © Getty Images Compiled by Vanessa Denis
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    "Didn't I Tell You" features Too $hort who's also from Oakland, California, just like Keyshia Cole. It was the second track on her sophomore release, Just Like You. Photos © Getty Images Compiled by Vanessa Denis
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    "Enough Of No Love" featuring Lil Wayne and it was Keyshia's comeback single in 2012 from her fifth-studio album, Woman To Woman. Photos © Getty Images Compiled by Vanessa Denis
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    Jadakiss made a guest appearance on Keyshia's album cut, "Guess What" from her debut album, The Way It Is. Photos © Getty Images Compiled by Vanessa Denis
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    Kanye West produced Keyshia's very first single, "I Changed My Mind" released in 2004.Photos © Getty Images Compiled by Vanessa Denis
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    "I Remember" stems from Keyshia's sophomore album, Just Like You and it was a single that everyone felt. Photos © Getty Images Compiled by Vanessa Denis
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    This mid-tempo jam, "Let It Go" features Lil Kim & Missy Elliott and it encourages women to be brave and dismiss dudes who have mistreated them. Photos © Getty Images Compiled by Vanessa Denis
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    Another banger from Keyshia's debut album, "Love, I Thought You Had My Back" really hit the nail on the head; watch your back when it comes to this thing of love. Photos © Getty Images Compiled by Vanessa Denis
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    "Why Lie" isn't as aggressive as Keyshia's other joints because she's pleading to her loved one for the truth. "Why Lie" is from her fifth-studio album, Woman To Woman released in 2012. Photos © Getty Images Compiled by Vanessa Denis