Kelly Rowland Is Working On A New Album

08-10-2017
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Destiny's Child

(Radio.com) It's been four years since Kelly Rowland released a studio album, but the singer and former Destiny's Child member is spending time in the studio. In a new interview Rowland said she's writing and recording with Syd of The Internet.

"Syd's voice just sucks you in," Rowland told The Fader. "Everything about her is just so effortless. I love working with her in the studio. I think I played that song ["Girl"] at least a thousand times. It makes me feel sexy, feminine, and easy."

Rowland said the run-up to her next album has been a period of soul-searching. "You have this moment to evolve and you have a platform to say something," she said. "Right after I had my son I didn't know what I wanted to talk about. I just found this place and found a groove and everything started to pop into place. I'm really excited." Read more here.

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