Posts tagged "Kelly Rowland"

Kelly Rowland Announces ‘Talk A Good Game’ LP, Due Out June 4 (Somewhere)

Great news for fans of kisses down low, as well as fans of Kelly Rowland's new single "Kisses Down Low": The chanteuse's much-delayed latest studio album Talk a Good Game, initially titled Year of the Woman, now has a brand-new title and an actual, official release date! From the label! One caveat: It's in South Africa, and…

By: Sam Lansky / March 26, 2013

Kelly Rowland’s “Kisses Down Low” Video: Watch The Candy-Colored Clip

Kelly Rowland has just dropped the video for her smoldering Mike WiLL Made It sexy ballad "Kisses Down Low" (can you guess what it's about? Hint: It's not about kissing closeted gay men!), and oh, what a bright and colorful affair it is! Full of lots of impressive and very expensive-looking weaves and chic looks and vibrant backdrops.

By: Sam Lansky / March 12, 2013

Bad News For Kelly Rowland’s Exes: She Used The Taylor Swift Formula On New Album

Kelly Rowland chatted with Rolling Stone about her forthcoming album Talk a Good Game (and she also politely came for Keyshia Cole, but more on that later). Rowland promises an honest album that will provide a look into her life and relationships, and she seems to have taken a page out of Taylor Swift's Bonfire of the Exes

By: Carl Williott / March 4, 2013

Kelly Rowland Teams Up With Michael Bolton For “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” Cover: Listen

Finally, after years of clamoring, the powers that be have heard our desperate, fevered cries and rewarded us with the thing that we want most: Kelly Rowland and Michael Bolton covering Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell's 1967 version of "Ain't No Mountain High Enough." The hotly anticipated tune (which we don't think anyone knew was happening?) comes by way of Bolton's upcoming…

By: Sam Lansky / February 27, 2013

Rihanna Is The New Princess Diana: Morning Mix

Did You Hear? :: A Sunday Times Magazine cover story concludes that Rihanna may be the next Princess Diana, due to her stunning beauty and tumultuous relationship — with the paparazzi. In response, the Unapologetic pop star said that the story's cover art was "#extraordinaRIHbehavior." [The Sunday Times] :: Speaking of Unapologetic, rumor has it…

By: Christina Lee / February 18, 2013

Destiny’s Child’s Debut Album Turns 15: Backtracking

By the time their eponymous debut album reached record stores on February 17, 1998, the self-appointed children of destiny had been together for the better part of a decade. The first incarnation of Destiny’s Child was a six-piece band called Girl’s Tyme, and featured nine-year-old divas-in-training Beyonce Knowles and LaTavia Roberson. A year later, 10-year-old…

By: Mike Wass / February 15, 2013

Valentine’s Day Playlist: 10 Sexy Songs Guaranteed To Get You Some

We at Idolator are true believers in the power of love, not to mention the romance of Valentine’s Day! We'd never allow the cynical musings of certain pop stars (we’re looking at you, Ms. “The truth about love is it's all a lie” Pink) or the lingering memory of a terrible Garry Marshall movie take…

By: John Hamilton / February 14, 2013

Beyonce’s Publicist Wanted Buzzfeed To Remove “Unflattering” Photos Of Bey: Morning Mix

Did You Hear? :: Buzzfeed posted a great roundup of images of Beyonce looking fierce during her Super Bowl Halftime Show. A couple days later, though, the site received an email from Bey's publicist asking them to remove seven "unflattering" images of Bey. Isn't "unflattering images of Beyonce" an oxymoron? [Buzzfeed] :: Remeber that rant…

By: Carl Williott / February 7, 2013

Beyonce & Destiny’s Child At The Super Bowl: Review Revue

With a little help from her friends Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, Beyonce delivered America and the entire football-watching audience the world over to a destiny, to infinity and beyond last night during the big Super Bowl showdown between the Ravens and the 49ers. And not only is her BeyHive buzzing over Mrs. Carter's big…

By: Robbie Daw / February 4, 2013

Beyonce At The Super Bowl: See Her Halftime Performance Photos

Beyonce brought her A-game to the Super Bowl Halftime Show, just as we expected she would. Armed with her all-female band, an enormous dance posse, pyrotechnics, high-tech video effects, sexy black knee-high stockings and, most importantly, hair flipping, Bey delivered an undeniably electrifying set. (Did you think it was a coincidence that the power went…

By: Erika Brooks Adickman / February 3, 2013

Super Bowl: Beyonce’s Halftime Performance Features Destiny’s Child & Much Hair Flipping

On Thursday, Beyonce kicked off her pre-Super Bowl press conference with a polite request: "Would you guys mind standing?" But at the start of her Super Bowl XLVII halftime performance on Sunday (February 3), she cued fireworks and flames. Her Destiny's Child co-conspirators Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams teleported to the stage like Power Ranger…

By: Christina Lee / February 3, 2013

Beyonce At The Super Bowl: The Non-Beyonce Destiny’s Child Solo Hits That Didn’t Happen

Remember Destiny's Child, that cool R&B group comprised of Beyonce and a rotating crop of back-up dancers? That was the deal, right? Wrong! Wrong and wrong again. See, while the Queen Bey may have more star wattage in her pinky than Farrah Franklin has in her entire exposed form, the musical output of the larger Destiny's Child universe isn't limited…

By: Sam Lansky / January 30, 2013

Beyonce At The Super Bowl: Alleged Destiny’s Child Setlist Leaks, Spoilers Ahead!

Us Weekly claims they have the setlist for the (still rumored?) Destiny's Child portion of  Beyonce's Super Bowl Halftime Show on February 3. The magazine reports that Bey will kick off the festivities with "Crazy In Love," and midway through the show, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams will join her to run through a string of…

By: Carl Williott / January 24, 2013

Kelly Rowland Likes Her “Kisses Down Low” & You Will, Too: Listen

Beyonce isn't the only one using the momentum of the Destiny's Child reunion to release new music. Kelly Rowland just unveiled new track "Kisses Down Low," and you will never guess what it's about! K-Row opens the song with a Rihanna-like accent, which is fitting since it's a bedroom romp full of the lyrical fare…

By: Carl Williott / January 18, 2013

Justin Timberlake Vs. Destiny’s Child: Who Had The Better Comeback Single?

Can you believe, after all that waiting, we got comebacks from both Destiny's Child ("Nuclear") and Justin Timberlake ("Suit & Tie") in the same week? We will be forever grateful to DC and JT for brightening up the ever-dark days of early January with the surprise releases of their comeback singles. But after the initial rush, were the songs worth…

By: Carl Williott / January 14, 2013

Destiny’s Child’s “Nuclear”: Review Revue

Destiny's Child is back with a brand new track, "Nuclear," and there's much to like about the dizzying '90s sprawl of the tune — but unlike Justin Timberlake's big comeback, which should have been loudly proclaimed his return to the charts, Destiny's song is a bonus for fans added onto a possibly-superfluous Love Songs compilation — so maybe the…

By: Sam Lansky / January 14, 2013

Beyonce To Reunite With Destiny’s Child At Super Bowl & Debut New Song

The rumors are true — Us Weekly confirms that midway through Beyonce's performance at the Super Bowl XLVII Halftime Show on February 3, Destiny's Child will briefly reunite! Nebulous "insiders" say after Bey performs solo for a bit, DC members Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams will join her onstage for a "medley of the group'…

By: Carl Williott / January 11, 2013

Destiny’s Child’s New Song “Nuclear” To Appear On ‘Love Songs’ Compilation

UPDATE: "Nuclear" has arrived! Listen here. Sony (via Columbia and Legacy Recordings) will be issuing a new Destiny's Child compilation on January 29 called Destiny's Child - Love Songs, and the important thing you need to be aware of is this: the set will contain a new song — yes, new Destiny's Child music —…

By: Robbie Daw / January 10, 2013

Watch Jordin Sparks Tribute Whitney Houston, Plus Kelly Clarkson & Demi Lovato On ‘VH1 Divas’

Sunday night's (December 16) VH1 Divas special had its share of outrageous covers, but much of the show was spent memorializing two divas we lost this year — Whitney Houston and Donna Summer. Houston's Sparkle co-star Jordin Sparks started off the touching Whitney medley with "I'm Every Woman," followed by Melanie Fiona on "I Wanna…

By: Carl Williott / December 17, 2012

Big Boi & Kelly Rowland Bring “Mama Told Me” To ‘The View': Watch

After unveiling the original, Little Dragon-assisted version of "Mama Told Me," Big Boi seemingly decided to let fans do a side-by-side live comparison. Earlier today (December 11) he joined up with Kelly Rowland for the album version of the single, just a few days after performing the track with LD on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.

By: Carl Williott / December 11, 2012
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