Eying to release her forthcoming LP in March 2009, Kelly Rowland reportedly works with Nate 'Danja' Hills to get the album done.
Kelly Rowland will drop her not-yet-titled third major studio effort in March 2009, according to Kelly Rowland Web. The 27-year-old singer reportedly teams up with Nate "Danja" Hills to produce the follow-up of her 2007 LP, "Ms. Kelly".
Previously, Rowland's second album experienced a not-quite-positive response from music fans. Released on June 20, 2007, the record could only reach at number 2 on Billboard Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums chart and at number 6 on Billboard Hot 200 Albums chart with first week sales of 82,500 copies.
In the meantime, Rowland has entered the recording room with French pop/R&B singer Nadiya to work on Nadiya's single, "No Future in the Past". The song was penned by duo songwriters Gilles Luka and Laura Mayne and will appear on Nadiya's forthcoming record, "Electron Libre", which hasn't gotten any release date yet.