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AllHipHop.com has an interview with Keri Hilson where she discusses producing a track for Yung Joc (it didn't make the album) and writing for Danity Kane ("Right Now" and "After Love", which ended up with Diddy and her singing on it).

AHHA: As an established writer, is it ever a complicated situation where you have to make a decision on whether to give a song to someone else or keep it for yourself?

Keri Hilson: I just kind of cross the bridge when I get there. If Iím in a booked session and summoned by the label or their artist, then I always have to give them first dibs. But if they donít take it, I have the option to keep it for myself or sell it elsewhere. And of course Iíve sold songs that I would have kept for myself. One of them was ďRight NowĒ for Danity Kane. [Also] ďAfter LoveĒ for Diddy. I actually wrote that for Danity Kane as well, but somehow it ended up in Diddyís hands. So things happen like that, but itís only because Iím always giving my best work. Of course Iím going to like something that Iím doing, because I write stuff I like all the time. But Iím in the business of doing both, so thatís what I do, and I donít feel like my artistry is slighted at all. ...

Keri Hilson: Iíve gotten to work with [T.I.] on a couple of things. Like, he was getting into producing, and we worked on a couple songs together. One was for Young Joc. It didnít make the album so we may be doing something else with it, but I got to spend a lot of time with him. ...