After taking on Xscape’s 1995 classic hit, “Who Can I Run To,” by way of The Jones Girls’ ’79 original recording, Keke Palmer is back with another satisfying rendition.
This time around the singer-actress tackles Musiq Soulchild’s memorable ballad “Love,” and like the previous offering, Palmer delivers a strong vocal exhibition.
“Love” is another cover from the motion picture soundtrack to the film Brotherly Love, starring Palmer, Cory Hardrict, Romeo Miller, Quincy Brown, and Macy Gray.
KeKe also recorded the original song, “No Love,” for the soundtrack, and also covered the Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes classic, “Wake Up Everybody.”
Source: Soul Train