Dance hits have been creating a mess on the charts lately. From Ke$ha’s Tik Tok to Akon’s Sexy B*tch, one thing has remained the same: uptempo production. Kelly Rowland’s new record, Commander, seems like it also has the potential to burn up the charts, and have people burning up the dance floor. Rowland has inked a new deal with Universal Motown and Commander is set to be the first single on her currently untitled, upcoming album. The David Guetta-produced jam will definitely have dancers fist-pumping in their favorite Jersey Shore re-enactment. Vocally Kelly delivers a performance that marries Guetta’s production perfectly, and also working in its favor is the fact that Commander was penned by Rico Love. Yes, the same Rico Love who recently wrote Dirty Money’s smash Hello Good Morning. All that adds up to a song that can easily serve as theme music while you’re pre-gaming with your friends or going to your favorite club. But will it get the DJBooth moving? Comment away.
Written by Ivan Ibarra on 04/29/10
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