Kelly Rowland has secured the ladies of Destiny’s Child for a track on her forthcoming album, Talk a Good Game, but she still has some outstanding collabos to lock down. With a nod to a throwback Mariah Carey song, she has her eye on a record with Nas.
“I have something I want [Nas] to be on right now,” she told Radio.com. “I just have to ask him.”
She explained how Mariah inspired her ideal collaboration.
“[I heard] an incredible collaboration [he did] with Joe and Mariah and it felt good.”
The song Rowland referenced, “Thank God I Found You (Make It Last Forever),” is a remix from Mariah’s 1999 album Rainbow, in which she updated Keith Sweat’s “Make It Last Forever” with a rap verse from Nas and vocals from Joe.
“I have a record and I kinda wanna do that, too,” said Rowland.
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