Kelly Rowland has admitted to being jealous of Beyonce's success in a new song.
The singer has released a new confessional ballad titled "Dirty Laundry," in which she reveals her envy of her former Destiny's Child bandmate's solo success and also sings about a past abusive relationship. On the track, which Kelly posted on her SoundCloud web page, she laments, "When my sister on stage, killing it like a motherf***er, I was in a rage, feeling it like a motherf***er. Went our separate ways but I was happy she was killin' it. Bittersweet she was up, I was down. No lie, I feel good for her but what do I do now? Post-Survivor, she on fire. Who wanna hear my bulls**t."
Childhood pals Beyonce, 31, and Kelly, 32, formed their chart-topping girl group in 1992 as young girls and would go on to become worldwide stars together as the band found fame with hits such as "Say My Name" and "Bootylicious."
Kelly Rowland says Destiny's Child could make another album together.
The 32-year-old singer reunited with her former bandmates during Beyonce's half-time Super Bowl show in February and Kelly insists there's a chance they could work together again on new music in the future. When quizzed about the possibility of another record at Elle's Women in Music event in New York on Wednesday night, she said, "It's not a no."
Although the girls haven't ruled out a studio reunion, Kelly insists the trio are content to focus on their own respective solo careers at the moment. Kelly did work with Beyonce and Kelly on separate tracks for her own upcoming solo LP Talk A Good Game and she can't wait for her fans to hear the results.
Destiny's Child are releasing new material. The "Say My Name" hitmakers have recorded their first brand new song in eight years, "Nuclear", and the hotly-anticipated track will feature on their upcoming best-of album Love Songs.
Lead singer Beyonce Knowles broke the news on her official website, Beyonce.com, posting the album cover along with the caption, "I am so proud to announce the first original Destiny's Child music in eight years!"
The album's track list boasts some of the girl band's most sensual and romantic ballads recorded between 1997 and 2004. The "Survivor" chart-toppers - also comprised of Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams - disbanded in 2005 to pursue solo careers. The R&B group has sold 60 million records worldwide to date since their debut as teenagers under the name Girl's Tyme, whose original line-up was Beyonce, Kelly, LaTavia Roberson and LeToya Luckett.
Destiny's Child are to release a brand new greatest hits compilation.
The girl band - made up of Beyonce Knowles, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams - will bring out the 14-track LP, entitled Playlist, on October 8, which is around the 15th anniversary of their debut single "No, No, No Part 2."
The trio's first release in seven years will feature the hits "Bootylicious," "Independent Women, Part 1," "Say My Name" and "Bills, Bills, Bills."
"Bootylicious," "Survivor" and "Lose My Breath" are also some of the tracks included.
The release follows the announcement from Beyonce's father, Mathew Knowles, that two Destiny's Child albums featuring unreleased material would be released later this year.
Kelly Rowland can never be without her Bible when she is on tour.
The "Down For Whatever" hitmaker doesn't have many backstage demands when she performs around the world, but she is always sure to have the religious text with her wherever she is.
"The only thing I asked for is Fiji Water. When I'm on tour the only thing I can't be without is my Bible."
The 30-year-old singer likes to keep fit both on tour and when she is at home in Los Angeles, and most of the time she manages to refrain from consuming calorific treats despite having the odd "cheat day."
"I like to feel good about myself and know what I'm putting in my body. It's not about putting on pound, it's about being healthy. Food isn't meant to make you feel lethargic, it's about nutrition, but you do have your cheat days. I love sugar and I love fried food but I try and leave it alone most of the time. I also love a nice glass of red wine."
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