Ke'Tara Shavon "Keke" Wyatt (born March 10, 1982) is an American recording artist. After performing in a number of girl bands and working as a songwriter in her teenage years, in 2001 she came to national attention after a successful collaboration with R&B singer Avant, and in 2002, her rendition of "Nothing in This World" led to a nomination for Best New R&B/Soul/Rap Artist at the Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards. After a number of charting collaborations and solo releases, in 2012 she was cast in the TV One's R&B Divas which features the lives of five 1990s chart-topping R&B singers. She was featured in the following two seasons as well, performing with the group at events such as Essence Music Festival.
Wyatt has released three official studio albums, including Soul Sista in 2001, Who Knew? in 2010, and Unbelievable in 2011. All of the albums charted prominently on Billboard, as did her only EP release, Ke'Ke', 2014. She has released a number of charting singles as well, and her most recent single, "Sexy Song," was at No. 29 on the Adult R&B Songs chart as of December 2015. The track is set to be the lead single of her upcoming album 2016 album as well, which will be released through her own imprint Aratek Entertainment. Involved with a number of non-profits, Wyatt has served as a spokesperson for the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV).