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Produced entirely by Kelis and David Andrew Sitek, it was praised for its cohesive sound and introspective lyrical content.
Her musical output, both as a lead and featured artist, encompasses various genres—she has collaborated with R&B and hip hop acts including Busta Rhymes and Clipse, electronic and dance producers such as Calvin Harris, Timo Maas and Richard X, pop and rock acts Enrique Iglesias and No Doubt and indie and alternative musicians including Björk and Dave Sitek.
La Guardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts, where she formed the R&B trio BLU (Black Ladies United).
Kelis was also a bartender and a sales associate at a clothing store before graduating high school.
She later began working with Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo, known as The Neptunes. She left her label Virgin Records after its follow-up, Wanderland (2001), received little sales attention and no U. The album produced the singles "Milkshake", "Trick Me", "Millionaire" and "In Public". Kelis Was Here (2006), her fourth album, was the subject of further label disputes and she took a hiatus from music after its release, during which she trained at Le Cordon Bleu culinary school.
Kelis followed the success of the third Tasty single, "Millionaire" (featuring André 3000), with the Rockwilder-produced, sexually suggestive track "In Public" (featuring Nas), which reached number 17 on the UK chart Also in 2004, Kelis collaborated with Björk on a remix of the latter's track "Oceania" (from Björk's album Medúlla), which appeared as a B-side to the Björk album's second single, "Who Is It".
Kelis toured as the opening act for fellow Jive artist Britney Spears's The Onyx Hotel Tour.
Ford chose Kelis to help advertise the 2007 Ford Edge, and she recorded a theme song for the commercial, entitled "Push It to the Edge", with help from producer Scott Storch. After Kelis left Jive, the label released a fourteen-track greatest hits album entitled The Hits in March 2008. D's "Truth or Dare", and Richard X's "Finest Dreams" appear on the album alongside every charted Kelis single to that date, with the exception of "Blindfold Me".
Her manager at the time said that the singer was working with Cee-Lo Green on an alternative dance album and would be shopping a pop album produced by songwriter Guy Chambers, who co-wrote hits such as Robbie Williams's "Angels". The album does not contain any previously unreleased songs; Ol' Dirty Bastard's "Got Your Money", N. In 2009, Kelis announced that she was finishing her fifth studio album, to be released in 2010 under Interscope Records via the will.Music Group.In 2005, she was featured on the soundtrack to the film Just Like Heaven with a cover version of The Pretenders' "Brass in Pocket" (1979).