Ever scroll through songs on your iPod and notice two tracks by different artists that have the same title? They’re not covers, just a case of great minds thinking alike.
Kelly Rowland gave us a taste of her new album (out June 18th!) by dropping the new single “Dirty Laundry” this morning. But our delight turned to despair as we listened to the lyrics of the heavy track, and realized that it hints at a tenuous relationship, and jealousy towards “her sister,” Beyonce!
Kelly Rowland received some well deserved praise when her makeup free photo for the No. 7 spot on People‘s ‘Most Beautiful’ list hit the ‘net. Posing for a national magazine without makeup was nearly unheard of, but Kelly did it and stunned.
If the word on the street is to be believed, Kelly Rowland will be the new judge on the television music competition show X Factor in the U.S. replacing Britney Spears, who left the show after one highly awkward season.
We were lucky enough to spend the weekend at the Napa Valley, CA festival Live In The Vineyard. Of course it wouldn’t be a festival, or Napa, if we didn’t try a little wine while rocking out to acts like Goo Goo Dolls, Tegan and Sara and New Kids On The Block. We didn’t bring back any to share with everyone, but here are five fine wines we tasted that reminded us of artists who also regularly intoxicate us. Read more…
Kelly Rowland’s “Kisses Down Low” is a unsprisingly sexual song, although not surprising for Rowland herself, whose last single “Ice” contained lyrics such as these: “Take the ice cube (boy you know what) /Sit it right below my navel and watch what I do /And that’s my favorite angle /My legs are numb now /Your lovin’ be givin’ me chills.” Perhaps what is surprising is the song’s accompanying music video, which just came out today, and is a fairly innocent and flashing collection of Kellys–each with a different haircut. The video doesn’t venture far from just that, which seems to conflict with the song’s super sexy agenda.