Did Kelly Rowland Ink A Deal With Universal, Motown ?

Kelly Rowland was looking for a fresh start when she parted ways with longtime manager and Beyonce’s father Mathew Knowles. After success with “When Love Takes Over,” a reality show and other opportunities in 2009, Rowland is said to be on track for an even better 2010 thanks to a new record deal. While it has not been confirmed, sources say the former “Destiny’s Child” darling met with record executive Sylvia Rhone last week with the intent of signing a deal with Universal/Motown ! If said deal goes through, Rowland will join a roster of talent that includes Ryan Leslie, Erykah Badu, Melanie Fiona, Hal Linton and Kid Cudi. As previously reported Rowland has been busy working on a follow up to her “Like This” led album “Ms. Kelly”. David Guetta, who worked with Rowland on the hit single “When Love Takes Over,” confirmed that he has infact contributed to her as-yet-untitled third solo studio effort. “I’m actually already working with her on her next album. We’ve just done a few songs at the moment and it’s all fairly top secret,” said Guetta. “We’ve become really close friends over time. I think she’s an amazing singer.”


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