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Kelly Rowland reunites with Beyonce, Michelle Williams on 'You've Changed': Hear it here

Kelly Rowland is on a roll, and now she’s brought Beyoncé and Michelle Williams along for one more reunion ride.

In anticipation of her upcoming new album Talk a Good Game, Rowland has debuted the song “You’ve Changed,” which features her Destiny’s Child compadres.

This comes after the release of another cut of hers that also features Beyoncé, though only in spirit: The confessional “Dirty Laundry,” which asked the question, “Post ‘Survivor,’ she on fire, who wanna hear my bulls—?” If you do, give “You’ve Changed” a listen below:


Kelly Rowland confirms new album will feature track with Beyonce and Michelle Williams

Kelly Rowland is teaming up with her former Destiny’s Child bandmates for a track on her upcoming album, Talk A Good Game, Universal’s Republic Records has confirmed.

“It’s not a Destiny’s Child track, it’s me featuring Beyoncé and Michelle,” Rowland told Billboard of the as-yet-unnamed song. Describing the track’s sound, Roland simply said, “Soul.”

The collaboration will be the former group’s first since January, when the Pharrell Williams-produced “Nuclear” ramped up buzz for Destiny’s Child’s Love Songs compilation and the ladies’ on-stage reunion during Beyoncé’s performance at Super Bowl XLVII.

Game is due June 4 and will also feature a duet with Williams, an appearance from Wiz Khalifa, and production from Boy Wonder, T-Minus, and The-Dream, among others. Rowland told Billboard that she recorded “70-something songs” for the album but had to cut the final tally to 12.

The set’s catchy first single, “Kisses Down Low,” has already been causing a stir at radio because of its racy sex innuendo. Check it out below.


Actress Michelle Williams rocks French New Wave hair in Wild Nothing's 'Paradise' video -- WATCH

Oh Michelle Williams. If the pixie-ish blonde actress was alive back in the 1960s, she would likely have been a muse to French New Wave filmmakers François Truffaut and Jean-Luc Godard — much like equally pixie-ish, short-haired ’60s ingenue Jean Seberg.

Alas, we’ll have to make do with Williams being another kind of New Wave muse — ’80s-esque New Wave, that is, in the video for indie-pop shoegaze band Wild Nothing’s dreamy tune “Paradise.”

Check out the video below, and see Williams — wearing hipster-cool dark sunglasses, her bangs fluffed up into a sideways Parisian swoop — look out a plane window, futz with a pink cassette player, and stare and smile at waterfalls.  READ FULL STORY

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