Kelly Rowland’s New Track “Hangover” Gives Us A Migraine

Becky Bain | January 10, 2011 - 12:45 pm

Kelly Rowland sings about making some poor decisions while intoxicated on her recently surfaced track, “Hangover”, but we think the poorest decision was picking this lackluster song with a lukewarm beat. The song is rumored to be from her sessions for her forthcoming album due out later this year, but we hope either Kelly works on this one a bit more, or it stays in the can. Listen to “Hangover” below and tell us if it makes your head spin.

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“I knew I was in trouble when you bought that first drink / You said your name was Tony and it was nice to meet / I probably should have listened to my girls, warning me / By then the room was spinning and I couldn’t think,” sings Rowland on this track, clearly still in the demo phase. (Something tells us Andre Merrit is filling in for a soon-to-be-picked artist with a bigger name.)

Not only are the lyrics pretty dull, this song barely has a melody and a pretty lame hook. Give us “Commander” and “Forever And A Day” — hell, even “Wonderful Christmastime” — any day over this.

Thoughts, folks?

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