Thursday, 18 November 2010

Kelly Rowland - Forever & A Day

Poor Ms. Kelly Rowland is not having much luck, her casual-and-exquisite vocal command hasn't had much authority on record buyers of late, which is baffling to me. Her most recent 'international smash' Forever & A Day was like a flashback to the vocal-trance that made up my personal soundtrack back in 2003, when I started my first first year at Stirling University, and even has the same name as one of that particular era's best 'tunes' by none other than State One. I can't wait for the 2011 release of her self-titled still-born album - it will have potentially 6 singles on it by then (assuming she releases a new one to launch the bloody thing), only it will have been almost 2 years since When Love Takes Over came out by then. She's on shaky ground, which she will be used to having shared the same stage with Beyonce's thighs, but advertising an album with 5 great songs, with THAT voice, surely she can do moderately well with such an inadvertant advantage to a belated album?

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