Kelly Rowland talks about why it was "so great" to get the Destiny's Child members back together on "You've Changed" for her solo project.
With a new album, Talk a Good Game, out next month (June 18), Kelly Rowland has called upon her Destiny's Child group mates, Beyoncé and Michelle Williams. The two appear on her latest record, "You've Changed," singing background vocals while Rowland talks about changes in a relationship.
“It’s a great record and our voices sound so great on this record, I am so excited for people to hear it,” Rowland shared with Radio.com.
“['You've Changed'] is about a relationship that has gone awry and not in the best place,” Rowland continued. “The way the record is written is genius. I tip my hat to [songwriter] Courtney Harrell. The way she is witty and sarcastic, lyrically, just made me so excited to sing it.”
Still, it's important for Rowland to make a clear classification and distinction.
“It’s not a Destiny’s Child track,” she told Billboard regarding this song. “It’s me featuring Beyoncé and Michelle.”
The song can be heard below.
While Rowland may not want to call it a Destiny's Child track, this is the first song all three members have been on since their collaborative compilation Love Songs where Pharrell Williams produced a new original cut, "Nuclear." Before that, Destiny's Child's last recording came via 2004's Destiny Fulfilled.