This March, Kelly Rowland will re-release her last studio album, Ms. Kelly, with a few new treats. The biggest news regarding the release, however, is its means of availability. In conjunction with her label, Columbia Records, Ms. Kelly will only be available digitally. In rolling with the times (finally, a label seems to get “it”), Columbia has worked up a digital marketing campaign and is pushing Kelly’s new single off the re-release, Daylight. Alongside Travis McCoy of the alternative-urban group, Gym Class Heroes, Ms. Rowland performs a cover of Bobby Womack’s hit of the same title. Since taking a break from her promo tour, Kelly is back in the studio and looking to find some new daylight.
Written by DJ Z on 02/28/08
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