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

Becky Bain / January 10, 2011

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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