/  03.10.2010

Kelly Rowland is starting over with a new album and label. She talks to the AP about what fans can expect from her third solo effort. “I feel like I found my niche,” says the “When Love Takes Over” singer. “[The David Guetta production] inspired the record and I can’t wait till everybody hears [it].”

Among those she’s working with are Guetta, Nelly, producer Jim Jonsin, and songwriter Claude Kelly. “I wanted this record to be empowering and to feel good to everybody. I’m so happy. I think that I’ve definitely done that,” gushes the beaming star.

The Destiny’s Child alum shows off her sexy side on the disc, due this year on Universal Motown. “I’ve always been a bit shy at times with my sensuality and I’ve come more into that this record—just fun, a freaky side. We all have one.”


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