Anticipating Kelly Rowland’s forthcoming album is equivalent to the body’s fight to gain energy and nutrients — in other words, our souls are begging to be fed.
The bad news is, the singer is staying tight lipped about not only when the next meal is dropping, but what kind of food it’s going to be.
Ok, we can stop with the analogies.
On Monday night, HipHollywood caught up with Rowland while on the red carpet for her upcoming Lifetime romantic-comedy, Love By The 10th Date, and begged for the beauty to dish on her new music. “I don’t want to describe it,” she insisted. “It’s great music and I”m excited to be in the studio and I’m excited to have a direction.”
Kelly might have remained mum about what fans can expect, but she did respond to new rumors that the upcoming LP was going to be a dance album. “No! First of all, no one puts baby in the corner,” she said, quoting the popular movie, Dirty Dancing. “No boxes.”
The beauty also revealed that this past weekend’s global women’s march moved her to write. “I was so overwhelmed with emotion. Between emotion and lyric. It really moved me to write,” she said.
As for the women’s march, she explained that “we are demanding to be heard. You are going to hear us. Even if you try to ignore us … they can not. They can’t ignore millions of women having a voice and demanding to be heard. I’m so proud to be a woman; a nasty woman.”
Rowland’s project is due sometime this year.