Kelly Rowland was treated with a special visit to the Museum of Moving Image in NYC for an interview with VEVO. The R&B star spoke about her experience viewing some of the exhibits including the Johnny Cash project, she spoke about the first music video she remembers seeing, which was Janet Jackson’s “Love Will Never Do Without You,” and what she loved about it.
Kelly spoke about the video to her single “Kisses Down Low,” and her upcoming album Talk A Good Game. She explained why she changed the album title from the original title of ‘Year of The Woman.’
“When I sat back and listened to all the songs that I finally chosen from the 75 that I recorded, I was like ‘this has a different feeling,’ it felt sassy, it felt sensual, it felt almost like sh** talkin a bit as well,” she explained.
Along with The-Dream and Wiz Khalifa, The Destiny’s Child diva spoke about working with Pharrell on the project, “I remember telling him what I wanted, and then he starts playing something else, I remember telling him what I wanted, but then he gave me what I needed,” she gushed over their collaboration. Kelly also spoke further about her much anticipated new collaboration with Beyoncé and Michelle. “It just feels so good, it’s so soulful, the girls voices sound so incredible on it, I think we are really going to shock people with this record.”
Peep the interview below: