Since the release and subsequent poor performance of Kelly Rowland's sophomore
CD 'Ms. Kelly', there have been calls for a re-release to bolster sales. It now appears that a reworked version of the album may be in the pipeline afterall.
Following a concert in Atlanta this past Friday (August 11th), the singer was quoted as saying she was on her way to the studio to record more tracks. While it's common-practice for artists to record inbetween projects etc, the comment is interesting when considering her manager Matthew Knowles' new 'multi-tiered' (spread across time) approach to releasing records - first shown with Beyonce's 'B'Day' project. For what it's worth, producer Brian Michael-Cox ('Bad Habit', 'Be Without You' etc) was in attendance at the concert.
Maybe Baby Daniel will hire her hold as a part-time weed carrier.
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