Kelly Rowland Defends Beyonce’s ‘Bow Down,’ Confirms Duet With Pharrell

Kelly Rowland says Beyonce has a right to express herself however she'd like. Addressing controversy over Beyonce's "Bow Down" and "I Been On," while also dishing on her upcoming album "Talk A Good Game," Rowland says both songs really just scratch the surface of what is to come.

"I've heard pieces of what she's done. She's heard things that I've recorded and I just think it scratches the surface to everything else. I think it's a great record ("Bow Down"). It's her expression. I think, as an artist, you can express yourself however you want to and I just can't wait for everybody to hear the rest of the record. It is insane," Rowland told "The Big Tigger Show" over the weekend.

Moving on from Beyonce, Kelly is close to wrapping up her anticipated album and she's got a few hidden gems, including a duet with Pharrell (Williams).

"I'm actually in the process of wrapping it up this weekend. This is actually the last recording session I've got for this album, but I'm so excited. I've been in the studio with Dream. I've been in the studio with Harmony. I've been in the studio with Pharrell. I've been in the studio with Kevin Cossom, who is incredible. When I tell you, he is so incredible and I'm so happy I got the opportunity to work with him," said Kelly Rowland.

Teasing songs that she's done with Pharrell, she added "Pharrell got three and a duet. Oh my God."

In related news, Kelly Rowland's album is not set for a June 4 release. An official release date will be announced at a later date.

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