Kelly Rowland has definitely been on her grind lately. In addition to hosting several red carpet events she is currently preparing for the release of her 4th solo album, “Talk a Good Game”.
Miss Kelly recently sat down with Rolling Stone and chatted about her upcoming album, the mini Destiny’s Child reunion at the Superbowl & Keyshia Cole throwing shade at her sister/ DC bandmate Michelle Williams.
Check out a few excerpts from the interview below:
On her first single “Kisses Down Low” off her upcoming album:
“Kisses Down Low” is just a piece of the story of Talk a Good Game. I’m really honest on this album. There’s another song that I have, “Dirty Laundry.” Even the title track is about relationships – the ins, the outs – all the interesting moments of relationships. I’m really ready for people to hear this album. It’s kind of hard to keep it to myself.
On who she’s collaborating with for her new album:
I’m still putting everything together, but I called on some new talent from Canada, like T-Minus and Boi-1da, who I love being in the studio with. Kevin Cossum, who just pulls melody out of his ears, Rock City, who completely know how to ride a beat and a cadence that’s crazy, and Mike WiLL’s genius-osity – I’m gonna make up a word – where he just knows what the streets are talking about.
On Keyshia Cole throwing shade at Michelle’s performance during the Superbowl halftime show:
It didn’t even make it on my radar until other people brought it up. It didn’t even matter. We had a wonderful performance, and that’s all I cared about. I was with my sisters and the three of us matter to each other, and that’s all that counts. We matter to a lot more people, with all due respect, than her. So, I really don’t care what she said.
On if she has a video diary similar to what Beyonce had in the “Life Is But A Dream” documentary:
I have, and I really like it. I think it’s really important. That way, you look back and see how far you’ve really come. For now, I’m gonna keep it private just for me
On what’s left for her to accomplish:
I want to do a line of accessories and shoes. I’m working on that right now. I always draw something in my tablet that I carry and I always have ideas on accessories, on what I would change or [how I would] hook certain things up. I want it to be affordable but luxurious, that every woman can have and feel sexy and fly in. I’m working on it. I’m headed to L.A. now to make sure of that. Early, early talks and early stages, but yeah, I’m a grown woman now, and it’s time to do grown-woman things.
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