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Kelly Rowland

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Kelly Rowland rose to fame with the success of Destiny's Child during the late '90s. During that time, Destiny's Child catapulted into the new millennium as one of the best-selling female musical groups in history. Rowland, who was barely in her twenties, had been imagining such stardom for a long time. Born and raised in Atlanta, Gerogia, Rowland began singing as soon as she heard Whitney Houston. She was only four at the time, but Houston's 1985 self-titled debut was enough to motivate the little girl. Performances with the church choir followed, but Rowland's developing interest in music blossomed when she and her family moved to Houston, Texas. She befriended another inspiring singer, Beyoncé Knowles, and the two became fast friends. In the mid-'90s, the two girls formed Destiny's Child. Destiny's Child made an impressive debut in 1997 with first single "No No No"; their self-titled full-length followed the next winter and went platinum before the year's end. Two more albums followed -- The Writing's on the Wall (1999) and Survivor (2001) -- earning the group countless fans across the globe as well as millions of records sold. Upon the success of Survivor, Rowland followed her bandmates in taking some time off. During that time, Rowland began writing material for her first solo album. In 2002, Rowland's solo debut, Simply Deep, was released on Columbia. "Dilemma," the album's first single, featured a duet with Southern rapper Nelly. It had a two-month stay at number one during fall 2002, while "Stole" -- emblematic of the album's somewhat surprising adult-alternative rock sound -- reached the Top 30. In 2004, she released her fourth album with Destiny's Child, Destiny Fulfilled, and went on a world tour -- the group's last. Rowland had been working on her second solo release, which went through a number of changes in direction until it finally surfaced as Ms. Kelly in July 2007. More R&B-oriented than her debut, it peaked at number six on the Billboard 200 but didn't produce any major hit singles in the U.S. Rowland subsequently split from manager Matthew Knowles, as well as her label, and provided vocals on dance producer David Guetta's 2009 album One Love. After signing with Universal Motown, Rowland completed her third album, Here I Am, and released it in July 2011, following several delays. The slow, steamy single "Motivation," produced by Jim Jonsin and Rico Love and featuring Lil Wayne, rode the top of Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart for several weeks and crossed into the Top 20 of the Hot 100. A stylistically broad set, the album also contained collaborations with Guetta, Rodney Jerkins, the Runners, Stargate, and Ne-Yo, among several others. Talk a Good Game, the singer's fourth solo album, followed in 2013 with appearances from Beyoncé and Michelle Williams, as well as the-Dream, Wiz Khalifa, Pusha T, and Kevin Cossom. ~ MacKenzie Wilson & Andy Kellman
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Stations Featuring
Kelly Rowland

    Top R&B

    Top R&B
    4 songs

    Top Jams [Explicit]

    Top Jams [Explicit]
    1 song

    Top Jams [Clean]

    Top Jams [Clean]
    5 songs

    R&B Holiday

    R&B Holiday
    1 song

    '00s R&B

    1 song

    Top Hip-Hop

    1 song

    Hip-Hop Party

    1 song

    Oldies Holiday

    1 song

    Workout Songs

    1 song

    Gay Anthems

    1 song

    R&B and Soul Mix

    1 song

Albums by
Kelly Rowland

Top Songs by
Kelly Rowland

  1.   Song
    Popularity
  2.   Motivation by Lil Wayne
  3.   Wonderful Christmastime
  4.   Kisses Down Low
  5.   Ice
  6.   Lay It on Me
  7.   Commander
  8.   Like This
  9.   Dirty Laundry
  10.   Daylight
  11.   Work
  12.   Stole
  13.   Down for Whatever
  14.   Gone
  15.   Dilemma
  16.   Down on Love
  17.   This Is Love
  18.   Freak
  19.   Feelin Me Right Now
  20.   Red Wine
  21.   I'm Dat Chick
  22.   Love
  23.   I Remember
  24.   Stand in Front of Me
  25.   Talk a Good Game by Kevin Cossom
  26.   #1
  27.   Street Life by Pusha-T
  28.   Grown Woman
  29.   You Changed featuring Beyoncé
  30.   Turn It Up
  31.   All of the Night
  32.   Keep It Between Us
  33.   Can't Nobody
  34.   Still in Love with My Ex
  35.   Put Your Name on It
  36.   Obsession
  37.   Sky Walker by The Dream
  38.   Broken
  39.   Comeback
  40.   Angel
  41.   You Changed featuring Beyoncé
  42.   Need a Reason
  43.   Rose Colored Glasses
  44.   Unity
  45.   Gotsta Go, Pt. 1 by Da Brat
  46.   Better Without You
  47.   The Show
  48.   Make You Wanna Stay by Joe Budden
  49.   Train on a Track
  50.   Heaven
  51.   How Deep Is Your Love
  52.   Don't Trip by Trina
  53.   The Game
  54.   Everytime You Walk Out That Door
  55.   Past 12
  56.   Haven't Told You
  57.   Tonight featuring Money Mark Diggla
  58.   Heaven & Earth
  59.   Each Other
  60.   Like This
  61.   No Coincidence
  62.   Make U Wanna Stay
  63.   Love Again
  64.   Ghetto
  65.   Interlude
  66.   I'm Beginning to See the Light
  67.   Simply Deep
  68.   You Will Win
  69.   Flashback
  70.   Love/Hate
  71.   Strange Places, (Love Lives in)
  72.   Beyond Imagination
  73.   No Man No Cry
  74.   Every Thought Is You
  75.   Work It Man