As R&B/dance commander Kelly Rowland is gearing up for a heavy promotional push of her July 26th slated ‘Here I Am’ album, the singer spoke with BET.com to address one of the week’s biggest headlines.
Famed producer Jeff Bhasker, whose production credits include work on R&B leading ladies’ Alicia Keys and former bandmate Beyonce (‘4’) albums, took to Twitter to say:
Check Miss Kelly’s comeback after the jump:
On Bhasker’s comments:
“You know what, the record speaks for itself. Opinions are like **sholes, everybody’s got one. He’s made wonderful music with my sister and other artists. There’s no reason for me to say anything negative. Cause I won’t tell you the thought that is really in my head. I’ll just kill ‘em with kindness.”
On the success of ‘Motivation':
“Number one feels like number one. It feels wonderful. Especially for it to be on the charts so long. I think ‘Motivation’ opened up a different chapter for me. It really did.[...][The album] is along the same lines when it comes to an urban sound. When I listen to everything back to back, when I was sequencing it, that’s when it felt really good in my spirit.”On her BET Awards performance:“I was dreaming about performing on the BET Awards stage. I would dream and pray about it. When you ask God for it , he’ll deliver. Then he wants to throw Trey Songz in it. Trey and I had really great chemistry. We rehearsed. We were prepared and excited.[...]I wasn’t expecting that kiss, trust me. I didn’t even know he did that until after. When you’re on stage and you’re moving…it was really weird.”