Kelly Rowland is reportedly plotting to re-release her fourth studio album “Talk a Good Game”.
In an exclusive interview with Kempire Radio singer/songwriter Lonny Bereal who worked with the singer on her new album, revealed that he wrote songs with the singer with songwriter Jado, hinting that the new tracks could appear on a possible re-release of “Talk a Good Game”.
“I vocal produced over half of the [Talk a Good Game] project and we wrote two songs that may be on the re-release that I wrote with Kelly and Jado,” he revealed. “She’s back in the studio, even today, back in the studio creating new music,” he added.
Rowland’s “Talk a Good Game” album which has thus far spawned the singles “Kisses Down Low”, “Dirty Laundry” and new single “Gone (feat. Wiz Khalifa)” was released June 14th and peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard 200.
Ahead of the album’s release the singer inked a deal with FOX to appear as a judge on the third series of the ‘X Factor’, a role which forced her to reschedule several dates on her planned ‘Lights Out’ tour with The Dream.
“Although the tour had to be rescheduled because of X Factor, I’m looking forward to bringing you guys a bigger and better show,” revealed the singer in a statement to fans.
Listen to snippet from the interview below.
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