Kelly Rowland may be collating material for her fifth studio album, however the R&B diva isn’t bowing out of the spotlight to do so.
This weekend saw the 33-year-old rock the 9th annual Jazz In The Gardens festival in Miami, Florida.
Rowland completed an impressive line-up that included the likes of LL Cool J, Ne-Yo, and Jamie Foxx.
Watch below as Ms. Kelly titillates with a blazing performance of ‘Ice’…
That said, there was a notable difference in the energy levels brought to the performances that followed. A point which re-affirms a stance we’ve long had on Kelly – she really “serves” and “werks” best when slick and choreographed. Traits all her performances should have.
As long-time believers in her talent and potential, it’s clear Rowland “delivers-delivers” when feeding off great crowds. Yet, as evidenced by the lukewarm audience here, it’s ultimately her job to get them going. It’s not always a given that they will be hot from the jump.
Hence, it’s imperative moving forward, that Kelly plays her strongest card (being a great all-round performer) each and every time. Consistent and constant choreography, fierce struts, wind machines, sass and even pre-records (where need be) could and should be fixtures of her show. For, she has embedded within her ability that countless of her contemporaries could only dream of. She’s simply tasked with erecting a setup that will see that ability pushed to the forefront each and every time she performs. Each and every time.
The following should be the brand and strand of slayage served always…