Kelly Rowland Reveals More Details On ‘Non-Destiny’s Child’ Track

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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.

For Talk a Good Game, which is scheduled to hit stores June 4, she already has collaborations with Lil Wayne (“Ice”) and Wiz Khalifa. But the album is not yet complete and she has more collaborations on deck.


“I actually have collaborated with my sisters Michelle and Beyoncé for this album,” she told “It’s a great record and our voices sound so great on this record, I am so excited for people to hear it.”

The song, called “You Changed,” was produced by Harmony Samuels (Chris Brown, Mary J. Blige) and written by Courtney Harrell (Chris Brown, Ne-Yo, Mary J. Blige). According to Rowland, the new song is a steps away from the sultry and steamy records like her current hit “Kisses Down Low.”

“It is about a relationship that has gone awry and not in the best place,” she said. “The way the record is written is genius. I tip my hat to Courtney Harrell. The way she is witty and sarcastic, lyrically, just made me so excited to sing it.”

Aside from the musical connection, Kelly said she can relate to the record on a personal level.

“I remember being in a situation like that,” she said. “You have to tell somebody, ‘I can say I’m done with you in so many ways but I’m gonna have to say I’m sick of this mess it’s over.'”

Stay tuned to for more details on Rowland’s album, which is set for a June 4 release.

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