If you buy a deluxe edition of this album, the lion's share of the tracklist is dedicated to how hurt ("Next Time (Won't Give My Heart Away)", "Party Ain't A Party", "Love Letters", "Remember (Part 2)") and angry ("Heat of Passion", "N.L.U.", "Rick James") she is about their separation and eluding to events that could have caused it. There's only about three songs that stray from that subject and show the sexier side of Keyshia that she introduced on her third album, A Different Me ("She", "Believer", and my personal favorite, the Wale & August Alsina assisted, "On Demand").
Point of No Return mixes what was great about her first three albums with its darker tone and reminds fans & new listeners that she's still that 'around the way girl' from Oakland ("Do That For (B.A.B.)"). Overall, it's a solid release that I wish had a happier real life ending.
Play on repeat: "Rick James", "She", "On Demand"*, "Believer"
Skip & save yourself some time: "Remember (Part 2)"...there were other songs on here that said the same thing and better; IMO, the original didn't need a part two! If Future wasn't on "Love Letters", I would include it in as a RTM...but just like his relationship with Ciara, he f***ed this song up.
Real Talk moment(s): "N. L. U.", "Next Time (Won't Give My Heart Away)", "Party Ain't A Party"
Listenable Status (based on # of tracks): 10.5 out of 13