Talk Shop: Kelly Rowland, Pharrell and Harmony Samuels Talk A Good Game

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7. “You’ve Changed”

While the track reminded Kelly’s brother of a worthy sequel to 2005 DC3 fan-favorite “Girl,” it was actually Beyonce’s “Me, Myself  And I” that was the inspiration behind the Harmony Samuels and Courtney Harrell track. In fact, for years it sat unused on his laptop as it was shopped to former Destiny’s Child member LeToya Luckett, Bey herself and Kelly’s management before K-Row heard the song she says, was given to who it was meant to be given. Harmony agrees adding, “It had to be a Kelly record, because we made that record in 2010 and for some weird reason I decided to play it for her. We had a member of Destiny’s Child in mind [to sing it].” Coincidence or destiny?

8. “I Remember”

The full-bodied, melodic music Rowland loves about this song that details a relationship in decline came from personal stories Kelly told Kevin Cossom who “flipped them” into a song. “The craziness, the ups and downs of relationships, gives you great songs,” Kelly said. When asked if she’s subscribed to the Taylor Swift head-first view of love, Kelly said, “Heck yeah. [Taylor's] a smart girl. I’ll get a good song whether you love me or break my heart.”

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