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Keri Hilson

Keri Hilson, born on December 5, 1982, in Decatur, Georgia, is an American singer, songwriter, and actress. She began her music career as a songwriter, penning hits for artists like Britney Spears, Mary J. Blige, and Usher, before stepping into the spotlight as a solo artist.

Hilson’s debut studio album, “In a Perfect World…” (2009), featured hit singles such as “Knock You Down” (featuring Kanye West and Ne-Yo), “Turnin Me On” (featuring Lil Wayne), and “Energy.” The album received critical acclaim and earned her several award nominations, including Grammy nominations for Best New Artist and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration.

Her second album, “No Boys Allowed” (2010), further showcased her talent with tracks like “Pretty Girl Rock” and “Lose Control” (featuring Nelly). Known for her sultry voice and empowering lyrics, Hilson has made a significant impact in the R&B and pop genres.

Beyond her music career, Keri Hilson has also pursued acting, appearing in films such as “Think Like a Man” (2012) and “Almost Christmas” (2016). She is also known for her philanthropic efforts, particularly in promoting education and fighting HIV/AIDS.

Despite taking a hiatus from music to focus on personal growth and other ventures, Hilson remains a respected figure in the industry, known for her contributions both as a solo artist and a songwriter for many top artists.