27 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and No. She attended high school in Indianapolis, where she was a member of her high school's varsity wrestling team.
After performing in a number of girl bands and working as a songwriter during her teenage years, in 2004 she garnered national attention after her successful collaboration with fellow R&B singer Avant, In 2006 her rendition of "Nothing in This World" led to a nomination for the Best New R&B/Soul/Rap Artist award at the Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards. Wyatt was born March 10, 1982, in Indianapolis, Indiana, to Lorna Wyatt (a vocalist) and Keever Wyatt II (an organist and also a vocalist). Their marriage delivered four youngsters thus the family had eight kids all together (three from Keke’s past marriage and one from Michael’s). She was inspired by many preceding musical greats, she would sing with various girl groups as a teen.  Wyatt filed for divorce from Morton in 2009 after an escalation of violence, relocating her family from Kentucky to Atlanta, Georgia.  While of mixed white and black heritage, Wyatt and her four brothers, who were raised in a predominantly African-American household and community setting, identify as African-American.  Selling more than one million copies, Wyatt's fanbase broadened to audiences in Japan, South Korea and Europe. With growing buzz surrounding "the little girl who could sing", news of Wyatt's talent lead her to encounter with these artists from the likes of Bill Woodson, Nathan Alexander, Billy Badd, Chris Kelly, and multi-platinum producer, composer Jorge Corante and Emmanuel Officer. She attended high school in Indianapolis and was she was a member of her high school's varsity wrestling team. In October 2018, a wedding with Zachariah Darring was announced. She has expressed much pride in her multi-racial background. , Wyatt was born March 10, 1982, in Indianapolis, Indiana, to Lorna Wyatt (a vocalist) and Keever Wyatt II (an organist and also a vocalist). (Wyatt was pregnant with her third child by the end of the marriage, but suffered a still birth. Wyatt has eight other children from her previous relationship with Ford, and one from her first marriage to husband Rahmat Morton.
 She has four brothers. Her other melodic works include her single Who Knew (2010), which likewise filled in as the title of her collection which was discharged that year, another single Saturday Love, which was in the collection Unbelievable (2011), and her single You and I. In expansion to singing, Keke Wyatt is additionally a decent entertainer. She was a representative for National Coalition Against Domestic behavior at home, a philanthropic association, where she shared her experience of residential violence.
On October 14, 2019, she announced she was pregnant with her ninth child with her husband Zachariah. She is a TV character, artist, musician, and entertainer, who was brought up in a Christian home with bunches of gospel music, however, was presented to common and contemporary R&B melodies. March 27, 2000) & Rahjah Ke' Morton (b. February 27, 2002) and daughters, Ke'Tarah Victoria Morton (b. August 29, 2008) & one who died from stillbirth with 1st ex-husband, Rahmat Morton, sons, Ke'Mar Von Ford (b. August 16, 2010) & Wyatt Michael Ford (b. Ke'Tara Shavon "Keke" Wyatt (born March 10, 1982) is an American R&B singer and television personality.  It reached number 33 on the Billboard 200.
The set's first single, "Put Your Hands on Me", became the most added urban track to radio in April 2005. March 10, 2015) & son, Kendall Miguel Ford (b. October 27, 2017) with 2nd ex-husband, Michael Jamar and son, Ke'Riah David Darring (b. January 6, 2020) with husband, Zackariah Darring. Wyatt began singing at the age of 2, experiencing her first live show by the age of 5.  She was often recognized for a maturity exceeding her teenage years. Her melody Nothing in this World in 2002 was selected at the Spirit Train Lady of Soul Grants for Best New R&B/Soul/Rap Artist. However, the single failed to chart or gain radio airplay, and her album was, subsequently, shelved. Ke'Tara "Keke" Wyatt was raised in a musical family rooted in gospel music. In her mid-adolescents, she did some demo melodies for certain gospel names which earned her about $1,500 for each recording. , In August 2016, it was announced that she and her husband Michael Ford had joined the cast of the sixth season of Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars set for an October airdate. Likewise, he has more than 433K followers on Facebook. May 17, 2012), daughter, Ke'Yoshi Bella Ford (b.  The follow-up single "Nothing in This World", her second duet with Avant, charted higher on a number of Billboard charts, including No. In April 2017, it was declared that they were anticipating their ninth youngster, however, the marriage didn’t remain for such a long time for the kid to be conceived as they separated in September 2017 when the pregnancy was eight months. Her mistake in the music business came after she would compose verses for certain hit tunes and got no credit for it. Then, in February 2008, the record label filed for bankruptcy and, for the second time in her solo career, Wyatt's album was shelved. 26 on the Adult R&B Songs chart as of early December 2015.
" After the initial season of R&B Divas, Wyatt appeared in the two following seasons as well, when the show was renamed to R&B Divas: Atlanta.  Wyatt began singing at the age of 2, experiencing her first live show by the age of 5. She wrote the majority of the lyrics for a hit song but received no credit for her work. Throughout the show, R&B Divas singers collaborated on a charity album commemorating the life of Whitney Houston, featuring the single "Love Yourself" which is also featured in the TV show's introduction. In 2004, Keke left MCA Records and signed with Cash Money Records/Universal Motown Records, and released her second album Emotional Rollercoaster, but it had very little success.
Ke'Tara "Keke" Wyatt was raised in a musical family rooted in gospel music.
Wyatt began singing when she was 2 & made her first performance in front of a live audience at 5 years old.
With the help of the late MCA Records executive Louil Silas, her friend and A&R Randy Jackson, whom she met at age twelve, and former Boyz II Men manager Quadri El Amin, Wyatt recorded her first album within two weeks time. , Wyatt has served as a spokesperson for the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV). Being of a musical family she is able to perform several genres of music that include gospel, R&B, pop, country and opera. She has 8 aunts and uncles one her mother's side that were raised by her step-grandfather. Her hair color and eye color are both black.  "Love Me" was released as the album's second single on March 18, 2016.