Kelly Rowland

Jun
21
Video: Kelly Rowland – ‘Dirty Laundry’ [Teaser]

Kelly Rowland

Kelly Rowland shares her pain in the emotional video for “Dirty Laundry.” In the 30-second teaser, the R&B singer is seen having dinner with her abusive boyfriend, who throws wine on her as he gets up to leave. She pours her heart out as she sits in a chair and soaks in a pool of water while sharing her confessions.

The-Dream-penned single can be found on her new album Talk a Good Game, which is expected to sell 60-65k in its first week.

Get a sneak peek below.

UPDATE: A second 30-second teaser has been added.

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Jun
19
Album Sales Predictions: Kanye West, J. Cole, Mac Miller, & Kelly Rowland

June 18 Releases

All eyes are on the charts as Kanye West, J. Cole, Mac Miller, and Kelly Rowland battle it out this week. After a full day in stores, early estimates are in.

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Jun
19
Review Roundup: Kelly Rowland – ‘Talk a Good Game’

Talk a Good Game

Kelly Rowland gets real about sex, relationships, and Beyoncé on her most vulnerable album yet, Talk a Good Game. On the follow-up to 2011′s Here I Am, the Destiny’s Child diva calls on Wiz Khalifa, Pusha T, The-Dream, and her fellow DC members, with production from Pharrell, Rico Love, Mike WiLL Made It, and more.

She works hard for the money on the gritty “Street Life,” reunites with Beyoncé and Michelle on the break-up song “You Changed,” and airs out her confessions on The-Dream-penned “Dirty Laundry.”

Did the critics reward her for her openness? Find out below.

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Jun
19
Kelly Rowland Performs ‘Street Life’ with Pusha T on ‘GMA’

Kelly Rowland

A day after the release of her new album Talk a Good Game, Kelly Rowland made a visit to “Good Morning America.” She sat down with Lara Spencer to discuss the lyrics behind her confessional single “Dirty Laundry.”

“I was going through my own personal battle. So when [Beyoncé's] doing her thing, I’m over here thinking, ‘What am I going to do next? What do I wanna do with my life?’” said Kelly. “The song turned into something so positive for me and I’m so happy that it did.”

While Destiny’s Child has no immediate plans for a reunion, they can all be heard on “You Changed” on Game. “I’m so grateful, I love my girls,” she said.

She also previewed the video for “Dirty Laundry” and hit the stage to perform her new single “Street Life” with Pusha T.

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Jun
18
Kelly Rowland Signs Albums in New York

Kelly Rowland

Kelly Rowland celebrated the release of her fourth solo album Talk a Good Game with a full day of promo. She kicked off her day with a visit to Hot 97 followed by an appearance on “106 & Park.”

Later in the evening, she attended an album signing at Best Buy in New York. Fans of all ages lined up to get a chance to meet the Destiny’s Child singer and have her autograph their CD.

“I would like to send a HUGE thank you to all of my #RowlandStones that came to the #TalkAGoodGame album signing at @BestBuy in NYC today!” tweeted Kelly.

J. Cole, whose album Born Sinner also dropped today, coincidentally showed up to the store and ran into Kelly. “Accidentally walked into kelly rowland album signing to cop Born Sinner. Support her album!” he tweeted.

See more pics from Kelly’s big day below.

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Jun
15
New Music: Kelly Rowland f/ R. Kelly – ‘Dirty Laundry (Remix)’

Kelly Rowland and R. Kelly

Kelly Rowland meets Kellz on the remix to “Dirty Laundry.” The Destiny’s Child diva duets with none other than the Pied Piper on her confessional single. Kelly pours out even more of her emotions (“Haven’t eaten for days, haven’t slept in weeks”), while R. Kelly takes aim at his haters and competition.

“See the truth of the matter is everybody can’t do this/ And that’s why I got these shit talkin’ R&B singers on my hit list,” sings Kellz, who previously remixed “Motivation.”

Kelly’s album Talk a Good Game will face off with Kanye West, J. Cole, and Mac Miller when it arrives on Tuesday.

Listen to the radio rip below.

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Jun
11
New Music: Kelly Rowland f/ Pusha T – ‘Street Life’

Kelly Rowland and Pusha T

Following the Wiz Khalifa-assisted “Gone,” Kelly Rowland premieres yet another song off her album Talk a Good Game. The Destiny’s Child diva keeps it ‘hood on the hustlers’ anthem “Street Life.” Ms. Kelly chases her paper on the Pharrell production, which boasts a dope verse from Pusha T.

“Mama didn’t raise no dummy,” sings Kelly over the percussive beat.

Hit the streets with Kelly.

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