If the following weeks see her play her promo cards right, Kelly Rowland may be on course to scoring her first R&B smash hit of the year.
That’s right, thanks to her brief appearance on Beyonce‘s ‘Super Bowl Half Time‘ extravaganza, the ‘Haven’t Told You’ singer has nabbed two favorable chart positions with her latest singles, ‘Ice’ and ‘Kisses Down Low‘.
Produced by ‘Love Me’ mastermind Mike Will Made It, Kelly’s ‘Kisses’ catwalks up the iTunes R&B chart- securing a new home at #27, just one spot beneath Keyshia Cole’s ‘Trust & Believe‘.
Fuelled by renewed interest in the star’s work following last night’s show, the ‘Motivation’ darling also kicks dust in the face of a number of her rivals, now that ‘Ice‘ holds tight at #29. Impressive, considering it became available for digital download in the August of last year and has now outsold cuts released by a number of her contemporaries months later.
After the success of ‘Motivation’ in 2011, we hope Camp Kelly have plans in place to ensure both ‘Ice’ and ‘Kisses’ reach to the top of R&B/Hip Hop Songs Chart and generate enough momentum for its supporting album, ‘Year Of The Woman‘.