Kelly Rowland is inching toward the release of her anticipated album, "Talk A Good Game." With around seventy songs recorded, including collaborations with Wiz Khalifa and Pharrell Williams, Kelly says the album is "sassy" and that's one of the reasons why she scrapped the original title, "Year of the Woman."
"I said this has a different feeling. It felt sassy. It felt sensual. It felt almost like sh*t talking," Kelly told Vevo News earlier this week.
While she was emotionally connected to a lot of songs, forty to be exact, Kelly had to sift through and cut that forty down to twelve for the final album.
That said, only the best of the best will make the album and that includes a new song with her Destiny's Child sisters Beyonce and Michelle Williams.
"I did a collaboration with Beyonce and Michelle. It's a song produced by Harmony Samuels…. It just feels so good and it's so soulful and the girls voices sound incredible on it," Kelly says of the track.
"Talk A Good Game" is due for release this Summer.