"But this time around, Cole's lead single has not created a buzz for the singer like it has done in the past. "I Ain't Thru," which features Nicki Minaj, has only peaked at No. 58 on Billboard's R&B/Hip-Hop songs chart. Cole says she made the decision to release the song--though her record label disagreed...."The label didn't really want to drop the record because they knew...that people wanted a more intense, soulful record from me about love and I really should have followed (their) direction," she said. "But I wanted that to be a statement record. It's like saying, 'I'm doing me, you know. I don't have no regrets for nothing that I'm doing.' "There's no way to predict how people will respond to things," said Ron Fair, chairman of Geffen Records. "It's something that Keyshia really wanted to say." ---Writes The Associated Press in a article titled, "No. 1 or not, Keyshia Cole is still growing".