Kelly Rowland has given us real club bangers and with the singer stepping back into the studio, fans can expect to hear more from her soon. This time, however, Rowland is teaming up with The Internet front woman Syd, whose debut solo album, Fin, dropped back in February.
During an interview for Beats 1, Rowland revealed that she’d being working with the singer and producer on new material. "Syd’s voice just sucks you in," she said. "Everything about her is just so effortless. I love working with her in the studio. I think I played that song [“Girl”] at least a thousand times. It makes me feel sexy, feminine and easy.”
Rowland’s last album, 2013’s Talk A Good Game, included hits “Kisses Down Low” and “Dirty Laundry,” as well as “You Changed,” a song that featured Beyoncé and Michelle Williams.
Rowland added that the birth of her son made her realize what she wanted to focus on in music.
"I just found this place and found a groove and everything started to pop into place. I’m really excited,” she said. "I’m not in my 20s, but I’m not in my 50s. I’m in this really glorious time where I’m receiving a lot of information and I feel like I have to give that back out too. That’s more than enough to talk about. My theme is the extraordinary simple life of me. It’s a really colorful, beautiful record so far."