Speaking of her success with that album while looking forward to the next, Rowland says the ultimate goal is to make sure every song feels good.
"I'm in love with this album, from start to finish. It was my goal to make sure every song felt good," says Rowland. "I wanted to even take people back just a little bit to my Destiny's Child roots on some songs."
Inspired by Motown and Berry Gordy, Kelly Rowland hopes to tell stories that make people feel good on the follow up to "Here I Am."
"I remember one of the main things that Berry Gordy said was to tell stories in music. I can't wait to get in the studio. I want to tell stories and make people feel good. That's when music is at its finest."
As reported earlier this year, Kelly Rowland received a Grammy Award nomination for her chart-topping single "Motivation." It is unclear when she might return to the studio for a follow up to "Here I Am."