For those of you who were anticipating a new release from R&B singer, Kelly Rowland you have to hold your horses and wait a lil while longer….Kelly’s new album, ‘Talk A Good Game’ has been pushed back from June 4th to June 18th, 2013. Kelly confirmed the news yesterday on ‘The Madd Hatta Morning Show.’
Ciara and Ashanti are also gearing up for releases around that time so, maybe the push back was due to the competition. So, Kelly fans you’ll now have to wait for that new collaboration with Destiny’s Child.
R&B singer Kelly Rowland says Beyonce has a right to express herself however she’d like. Addressing controversy over Beyonce’s “Bow Down” and “I Been On.” Rowland says both songs really just scratch the surface of what is to come. According to Singersroom, I’ve heard pieces of what she’s done. She’s heard things that I’ve recorded and I just think it scratches the surface to everything else. I think it’s a great record (“Bow Down”). It’s her expression. I think, as an artist, you can express yourself however you want to and I just can’t wait for everybody to hear the rest of the record. It is insane,” Rowland told “The Big Tigger Show” over the weekend.
Beyoncé Knowles is getting ready to rock New Orleans next Sunday at Super Bowl 47, but she is not coming alone. She will be hitting the stage to reunite, albeit briefly, with Destiny’s Child. According to US Weekly, will perform her hit “Crazy in Love” during a solo set to kick off the show. Midway through the act, she’ll be joined by Rowland, 31, and Williams, 32, to sing a medley of their biggest hits starting with “Bills, Bills, Bills,” “Survivor,” and ending with their new track “Nuclear.” It must be nice to be Beyoncé, who has been going through some minor controversy after information was leaked that her performance of the National Anthem at the White House during the Presidential inauguration on January 21st, might have been lip synced. The timing couldn’t have been better, as she has the opportunity to silence a ton of unnecessary critics on one of the biggest performance stages on the entire world. Beyoncé is also prepping her new album, that will be the follow up to her last solo project, 4. “I’ve been working with Pharrell and Timbaland and Justin Timberlake and [The] Dream. We all started in the ’90s, when R&B was the most important genre, and we all kind of want that back: the feeling that music gave us,” she told Gentleman’s Quarterly. Mostly R&B. I always have my Prince and rock/soul influences. There’s a bit of D’Angelo, some ’60s doo-wop. And Aretha and Diana Ross.”
Produced and co-written by Pharrell, Beyoncé, Kelly and Michelle reunite after 8 years on their first recording. The track will be on their upcoming compilation album, Love Songs on January 29. The trio will perform the track live at Super Bowl XLVII. Peep the trailer for Bey’s HBO documentary below.