Welcome to Radio Feedback, Radio.com’s weekly feature where we ask artists to wax nostalgic on the first time they heard themselves on the radio. This week, Kelly Rowland.
How does a man, who turned 40 in April and has been in the business since the mid-’90s, stay relevant after all these years? His recent collaborators sound off.
When you write a song that mentions Beyoncé, it’s bound to get traction. Even more so when you’re one of Bey’s best friends and the song talks about living in her shadow. (Sample lyric: “Post-‘Survivor’, she on fire, who wanna hear my bulls****?”)
Rowland’s “You’ve Changed,” which leaked online earlier today (May 28), starts with the straightforward query, “Ladies, y’all want to do it again?,” and features Michelle Williams and Beyoncé in strictly back-up singer roles
Since the departure of high profile X Factor judge Britney Spears and record exec L.A. Reid, speculation has run rampant as to who will join Simon Cowell’s U.S. judging panel. The question was answered today when the show announced its new judges will be Kelly Rowland and Paulina Rubio.
Kelly Rowland At The Rock And Roll Hall of Fame: ‘Donna Summer Continues To Inspire Women Around The World’
Kelly Rowland believes her, along with many of her peers, were probably conceived to the sweet sounds of “Love To Love You Baby” by Donna Summer.
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.
When Kelly Rowland first revealed that her forthcoming album Talk A Good Game will feature the ladies of Destiny’s Child, she was clear that it is not a reunion song. Now she offers more details on the track that features the Destiny’s Child singers but not Destiny’s Child.
Kelly Rowland dropped the video for her latest single, “Kisses Down Low.” The Destiny’s Child alum freshens up the song’s naughty message with a bright and colorful treatment.
On Michael Bolton’s latest Motown-infused record, he attempts to recreate Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell’s chemistry on his own version of “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” with Kelly Rowland. But admitted to Radio.com it was no easy feat to reinvent their attraction.