Kelly Rowland Makes Dance Chart Debut, Aguilera Climbs

Kelly Rowland is officially charting on the Billboard Dance/Club Play Songs chart thanks to “Commander,” the lead single from her as yet untitled third album. Debuting at no.36 on the chart this week, “Commander” is Rowland’s best entry on a U.S. chart since “Like This” (2007). Produced by David Guetta and Rico Love, “Commander” has been described by Rowland as a “fun” record but also one she knew was perfect from day one. “When I heard the record I said this feels right,” said Rowland. “I’m really happy. It really feels good when you take a risk on something and people are supportive.” In related news, Christina Aguilera is making moves on the Billboard Dance/Club Play Songs chart as well. The “Bionic” diva jumps ten spots to reach no.13 (23-13) with “Not Myself Tonight,” the lead single from her fourth studio album (in stores June 8).


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